It goes without saying that the apps is what will make or break the iPad’s success. According to a report from The Sydney Morning Herald, The ABC (not to be confused with America’s ABC) has spoken with tech companies to bring content on the iPad this year.
It was revealed that Adobe was approached by the ABC to develop content for the company, seeking a similar partnership to the one with Wired. Even though Apple blacklisted flash technology on the iPad, it looks like companies are taking advantage of the immanent Action Script 3 to iPhone/iPad port.
”They think they have a lot of interesting content that they’d like to get out to tablet devices,” said Jeremy Clark senior experience design manager of Adobe.
Abigail Thomas, head of strategic development in ABC Innovation, confirms their talk with Adobe. No detail was given as to what The ABC wants to build for the iPad.