Adobe and Mac always are good friends, but in the Web 2.0 Summit Adobe maybe forget thanksgiving gift to Mac, luckily the Adobe's CEO bring a good news for Macbook air users.
Thanksgiving gift to Mac MacBook Air from Adobe flash
The Adobe's CEO Shantanu Narayen in the Web 2.0 Summit give all the Macbook air user a good news; Adobe
testing Adobe Flash 10.1
version to Macbook air
. But we don't know which time we can use it...
An optimized version of Flash Player for the new MacBook Air
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen took the stage on Tuesday at the 2010 Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, California. As reported yesterday, Narayen talked a little bit about Flash and Cupertino, California-based Apple Inc. and some of its products.
One thing that we didn't mention is that Narayen revealed that the company is actually testing an optimized beta version of Flash Player
for the new MacBook Air
. The revelation came after the CEO was asked about the extended battery life on the MacBook Air when not using Flash. "When we have access to hardware acceleration, we've proven that Flash has equal or better performance on every platform." he went on to say.
In addition, Narayen basically blamed Apple for not providing a new generation MacBook Air ahead of time to optimize Flash Player for it.