Apple has introduced a new clause to its iPhone developer licence that restricts the languages that can be used to write apps. Adobe isn't mentioned, but it is the apparent target of the change.
A fresh round of controversy has exploded concerning the way Apple forbids third-party developers from using private APIs in iPhone OS.
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