European Commission Joins FTC To Investigate Apple’s Decision To Ban Flash-To-iPhone Compiler
Back in April, Apple had modified its iPhone Developer Program License agreement with iOS 4.0 to ban applications built with cross-compiler programs.
Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs had posted an open letter elaborating on the reasons why Apple has chosen not to allow Adobe Flash on their platform.
We had reported that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) were contemplating an antitrust inquiry into the changes incorporated by Apple.
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