Just because Uncle Steve says he doesn't want Flash apps running on his beloved iDevices, doesn't mean you have to listen to him.
Irish iPhone/Mac developer Steven Troughton-Smith didn't. Writing on his High Caffeine Content blog, Troughton-Smith — who's been mucking about with the Flash-friendly Android 2.2 beta — got it into his mind to tweak Safari to make it and Flash content play nice together. Using some homebrew Mobile Safari plug-in code that works in the iPhone OS simulator (or on a jailbroken device), he was able to run a version of Lights Off on an iPad.
Troughton-Smith's conclusion? "I think Apple should put together a Safari Plug-in SDK for iPhone OS,
and let developers decide…Make something amazing with [the Safari plug-in code], and give Apple a reason to give us a