We’re looking forward to big things at Mobile World Congress, which kicks off in just a couple weeks time. There’s a lot of hardware that we’re dying to get our hands on (not to mention some choice software), and we’ll be bringing it to you live from the Fira Barcelona show-floor. Mobile World Congress is the Big Kahuna of mobile conferences, and the perfect setting to announce something really big. Perhaps something as big as Adobe announcing their Flash for iPhone solution. It might very well happen.
We know that Adobe has been working to bring their Flash technology to the iPhone’s Safari web browser. It’s taken forever and a year since the iPhone was originally confirmed to lack Flash support, but at least they’re working on it. We know that Apple and Adobe are “collaborating” to make help the iPhone play nice with Flash – not the limited mobile version known as Flash Lite, but a more full-featured solution up to even Steve’s standards. And, we know that Adobe recently announced Flash for the iPhone OS’s open-source rival, the Android OS – which may have prompted Steve’s apparent about-face on the matter.
So, is Adobe planning to unveil a working iPhone Flash solution in Barcelona?
Adobe is planning to announce some sort of partnership news at Mobile World Congress, which we’re going to assume has to do with Adobe’s Flash-collabo with Apple. But, more intriguing is Adobe’s planned Flash announcement for the mobile space. That’s right. Adobe will be announcing something big, or at least something not small, at Mobile World Congress. Could it be that Flash and iPhone are finally united?
There’s no place more fitting to unveil Flash for the iPhone…