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Apple’s newest Safari Technology Preview release officially drops support for Adobe Flash

[2020-01-23 02:07:35]

This year officially marks the end of an era: as announced in 2017, Adobe will stop supporting the once-ubiquitous Flash by the end of 2020. With the newest release of its Safari Technology Preview browser today, Apple has taken the next step as part of its efforts to end all usage of Flash in Safari. The post Apple’s newest Safari Technology Preview release officially drops support for Adobe Flash appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple’s newest Safari Technology Preview release officially drops support for Adobe Flash


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