Apple CEO Steve Jobs Unhappy With Google And Adobe

Steve Jobs: Apple CEO

War has began already. It’s the corporate war. Since the official announcement of iPad, a lot of issues have been coming out. You all know that Apple is the competitor of all. Microsoft, Google, Nintendo all are underwhelmed by iPad. Adobe also raised their voices for lacking of flash. Now it’s the time for Steve to do his job. According to a report in Wired, Steve Jobs tackled a handful of major issues that have been buzzing the company lately, namely its run-ins with Google on a number of topics, and the lack of Flash support in its mobile devices (most notably in the upcoming iPad).

Steve Jobs: Apple CEO

Steve Jobs lashed out at Google and Adobe at Apple’s Town Hall company meeting held at their One Infinite Loop headquarters. Speaking to Apple employees, Steve Jobs voiced his expression with buggy Flash, lazy Adobe, and Google’s fakery in the “don’t be evil” department.

Although these words have not been (and will never be) officially confirmed, multiple anonymous people from the audience confirmed their authenticity to Wired.

Google recently unveiled its own Android-powered handset, the Nexus One, whose release Jan. 5 prompted Jobs to perhaps over-react by announcing on the same day that the iTunes store had served up three billion apps and that “… we see no signs of the competition catching up any time soon.” Apple’s billionth iPhone app download was greeted with great fanfare, but the two billionth not so much, so it felt a tad like Jobs was feeling some heat.

And the absence of Adobe Flash support on the iPhone for three years and counting, and now on the iPad, is either celebrated by users as a poke in the eye of one of the web’s most dextrous tools, or the most over-rated and overused crutch for decent design.

On Google, Jobs had this to say, “We did not enter the search business. They entered the phone business. Make no mistake they want to kill the iPhone. We won’t let them.” According to the attendee, another topic was brought up but Steve wouldn’t let the Google issue go, stating his thoughts on the company’s famous ‘Don’t be evil’ line. In Steve’s words? “It’s bullshit.

Furthermore Jobs had a handful of choice words for Adobe, calling the company “lazy” and claiming that “Apple does not support Flash because it is so buggy. Whenever a Mac crashes more often than not it’s because of Flash. No one will be using Flash. The world is moving to HTML5.”

So, the thing is let us wait for Google & Adobe to reply.

Source: Wired, Mashable, Engadget, Gizmodo

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