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Adobe Flash is finally dead in latest Safari Technology Preview

[2020-01-23 10:05:55]

Adobe announced that it would kill off flash by the end of 2020. What you need to know Apple has released a new update for Safari Technology Preview. In the latest release, Adobe Flash will no longer be supported. It marks the final death of Adobe Flash, some 10 years after Apple first made the decision not to pre-install it on the Mac. Adobe Flash is no longer supported in the latest release of Safari Technology Preview, marking its final death on the platform. Waaaay back in 2010, Apple made the decision not to pre-load Adobe Flash player onto the Mac. It has never truly embraced Flash for macOS, even after installing it, Flash remained off by default and Safari required explicit approval for each website before running the Flash Plugin. iPhone, iPad, and iPod have never supported Flash. Back in 2017, Adobe announced that it would end-of-life Flash by the end of 2020 and that it would encourage content creators to migrate any existing Flash content to new open formats in the...

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