- Users could play free Flash-based games rather than pay for them.
- Developers could build apps in Flash rather than on the iPhone platform.
- Apple cannot regulate the type of apps you use if these apps are Flash and located on a web page.
- Apple cannot regulate what new features Adobe decides to add into Flash.
- Flash can theoretically circumvent some iPhone/iPod/iPad security features.
- Flash developers could create interfaces that mimic and/or confuse –even trick—users.
- Flash is processor-intensive and might affect a user’s experience on the device.
(BTW, I still love my Blackberry)