Apple and Microsoft both have a thing against Flash.
Most of my clients ask for jQuery or other non-Flash alternatives (and so far, I haven’t ever really missed Flash).
Now it sounds like Windows 8 will officially not support browser plugins in IE10.
A huge push for HTML5 and CSS3 by Microsoft, we may also see Silverlight disappearing alongside Flash.
The big problem seems to be concerns for mobile platforms, as battery life is cited as a major reason (along with security).
Windows 8 is shaping up to be a bold move for Microsoft. Will it make me an Apple user on my desktop? Will Windows 7 become the new “Windows 98” (people still never acknowledge Windows ME ever happened)?
It’s been a long day (as I’m up at 2am), but lots has happened that has almost passed me by.
Today two other news items crossed my eye, the iPhone 5 and Microsoft’s SkyDrive.
iPhone 5 scheduled for release in September
According to Bloomberg, the iPhone 5 is scheduled for release this September (possibly in late August). This is contrary to rumors about there being an iPhone 4S before a new iPhone 5 (that was supposed to be testing of a model for T-Mobile). Additional rumors are spreading that the iPhone 5 will not only feature the better camera and processor, but a completely new form factor.