Apple today released a new test build of its proprietary browser Safari. A key feature of the 99 beta version is the lack of Adobe Flash support.
Cupertinos have already begun phasing out Adobe Flash. Mobile devices the company initially did not receive support of this technology, and in 2010 Apple has stopped pre-loading Adobe Flash on their computers. However, users could still install it yourself.
A few years ago cupertinos made the following statement. The company outlined plans to abandon support for Adobe Flash technology by the end of 2020. Apparently, a new test build of Mozilla is a confirmation of statements made in 2017.
It is still unknown about when the cupertinos will present the final version of Safari without Adobe Flash support. Some believe that it will happen only in the second half of this year.