Once again, The Register (Steve Jobs Flash Rant Put To Rest) and others have bravely decried the Evil of Apple’s stance against Flash.
So, basically, when Steve Jobs complained about Flash’s performance, he should have considered that future versions of Flash might (finally) be fixed and thus prove him completely wrong.
Meanwhile, going back to the business case for Flash, the only thing Flash is better than nothing for (on the web) is casual games. But, if you’re a casual game developer you can publish your game as standalone for the iPhone using Flash CS5. So, again, exactly what do we need Flash — as in the Flash plugin — on the iPhone (or anything else) for? Does having a browser page full of GIF animations around it really enhance our gaming experience?