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August 18th, 2012, 17:31
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No, it's html5 which would be the way to go if you wanted it to work on the iPhone. Although they could have gone with Flash Media Server 4.5, but all that does is serve an alternate html5 version of content when iPhone users access it. Works fine on my iPad though and also on my android phone. Is safari just not resizing it properly or something on the iPhone?
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