Now adding Flash to your iPhone and iPad is very easy. Apple didn't want Flash to be on their devices. Several hackers created a project Frash - a Flash port for iPhone and iPad. Today it is available as a package in Cydia. To install follow these steps:
The Flash port project is called Frash. Recently it became available for iPad, now iPhone users can install it on their devices. Of course you need to jailbreak, since Apple doesn't support Flash in iDevices.
Credits go to hackers Comex for the Frash port and Grant Pannell for iPhone 4 compilation.
Macrumors have found a new option in the iOS "Contacts" application that allows users to make FaceTime calls using either a phone number or an email address. This basically adds FaceTime functionality to non-iPhone devices such as iPads and iPods. Email FaceTime support will also increase the privacy, since it will be allowed to make calls without showing out the phone number.
This week Apple announced the retirement of the iPhone and iPod division head Mark Papermaster. Various resources started immediately discuss whether Papermaster was fired or he left on his own record as no information was revealed on that. Some of them speculated that it may be possibly connected with the recent antenna issue situation and its negative consequences for the company's reputation.
Mark Papermaster came to Apple from IBM two years ago. That was accompanied with a legal battle between these two companies as IBM was afraid that Mark could tell Apple too many secrets. In January of 2009 a settlement was reached and IBM obtained a permission to "keep an eye" on Mark's duties at Cupertino's company. But that legal dispute showed that Papermaster was not a best choice to become a leader of iPhone and iPod division.