FYI , you can still sort of view Flash on the iPad. There is a browser that grabs the flash object, reads it on it’s own servers and streams it back in a compatible format
Didn’t knew that! From my experience of using the iPad since October I was in 3 or 4 situations that I needed to see Flash content. It was frustrating at the moment but I think iPad clients don’t need Flash that much.
Definitely true – iOS still doesn’t support flash. And the for the iPad 2 the iOS got some minor tweaks, that will work hand in hand with the faster chip and cameras.
Both, in my case.
Congrats man! That is a huge milestone!
Mac if you aren’t a techie, if you want things to go as smooth as possible, without any problems ( crashes, errors, viruses ). Macs are also great if you work in the creative field and use different programs. Logic Pro or Final Cut are some pretty good tools.
PC if you enjoy digging into your system, over-clocking, repair & upgrade yourself, play the latest games, etc.
I own computers from both sides, but I’d go with Mac all the way.
From the picture Envato posted on dribbblr it will be a bundle with VideoHive & AudioJungle items for sure.