Everything that related to iPhone 5 has settled with the release of iPhone 5. The name of the latest iPhone mobile is iPhone 5, the releasing date of iPhone 5 is September 12th 2012, the screen of iPhone 5 is a 4-inch Retina Display and the resolution of iPhone 5 reaches 1136x640. Besides that, the iOS 6-based iPhone 5 is also equipped with 8-megapixel rear camera, 4G LTE connectivity, long duration time battery and 16GB storage. ( How to Play SWF on iPhone ) What's missing in iPhone 5: NFC and Flash support are two features desired by iPhone fans. However, they can not get them before the next generation of iPhone is available. While other Android mobiles like Samsung Galaxy S3 and Nokia Lumia 900 have all adopted NFC technology, most iPhone fans believe iPhone 5 will also add support to NFC. However, this is not the case for iPhone 5. After iPhone 5 had turned down Adobe Flash, it is not an easy task to watch Flash on iPhone 5. Actually Apple is working on an alternative app to help users watch Flash on iPhone 5 easily. Obviously, the app is still in programming and testing. What is more, we have gathered 3 ways below to show you how to play Flash SWF file on iPhone 5. #1 Method to Play Flash on iPhone 5: Convert to Video You need to have a SWF to video converter. AST SWF Converter for Mac helps you easily convert SWF to MP4 , SWF to MOV , SWF to FLV , etc with excellent quality. After the conversion, you can easily add the SWF to iTunes, and sync it to your iPhone for playback. #2 Method to Play Flash on iPhone 5: Jailbreak You need to jailbreak your iPhone 5 iOS. Here is the procedure flow chart: install OpenSSH -> download, install and set up Cyberduck for Mac or WinSCP for Windows -> download Frash-0.02.deb file -> navigate to /var/root/Media directory and create a folder named “Cydia” -> create another folder named AutoInstall inside Cydia -> copy the Frash-0.02.deb file to folder AutoInstall -> restart and enjoy Flash on your iPhone 5. #3 Method to Play Flash on iPhone 5: Apple App You need to have an Apple-approved app Skyfire. Skyfire is a Apple-approved application functions as a mobile browser tool that converts Flash content to HTML5, will allow your iOS device to stream Flash videos from the Web. You can easily find it in iTunes App Store. Also learn how to upload SWF to YouTube
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