You might recall that back in February 2010, Steve Jobs was on a publicity tour for the iPad and in answer to a question from a reporter, . The latter is a multimedia platform used for animation. Ads and video games running on Flash would not appear on either device and Apple’s CEO referred to it as a “CPU hog.” He also called it “buggy” and full of “security holes.” It also was a battery drain when Apple tested it on the iPad. The previous month, Jobs attacked Adobe during a Town Hall Q&A session for Apple employees. Jobs said during the event .
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