Adobe Flash running on iPhone emulator

Adobe Flash running on iPhone emulator
Adobe Flash running on iPhone emulator. Following on the previous report, Adobe to make Flash compatible with iPhone, Now there's news said that Adobe’s CEO said during a conference call yesterday that the company already has Flash running on an iPhone emulator (presumably the same emulator included with Apple’s iPhone SDK).

Shantanu Narayen said:
“We have a version that’s working on the emulation. This is still on the computer and you know, we have to continue to move it from a test environment onto the device and continue to make it work. So we are pleased with the internal progress that we’ve made to date.”
Jens Chr Brynildsen, a Flash expert says that the iPhone’s processor just isn't up to the task of handling full-blown Flash.
"I really don’t think 600Mhz is going to cut it. I’m just testing out the Nokia E51. It has a 369Mhz processor and totally sucks performance-wise with Flash Lite. The extra 230Mhz won’t provide the required juice. […] I doubt they want to ruin a the user experience just to satisfy the need of a rather limited user base. Just imagine entering a website with five Flash banners."
It's still unclear what type of processor will be included with the iPhone 3G, some early hands-on reports with the new device report faster overall operation — an effect that could be brought about by iPhone OS 2.0.

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