Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been very clear on the matter of Flash, and why Apple won't let developers use a third party layer of software to create apps for their mobile devices, the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
The question is: is it fair towards developers and towards Adobe? This question will definitely be the subject of debate in the next couple of days as the New York Post reports that either Department of Justice or Federal Trade Commission might begin an antitrust inquiry to determine into Apple's new policy, introduced a month ago with the revised section 3.3.1 of the the iPhone Developer Program License Agreement.
The New York Posts quotes a person familiar with the matter, which claims that regulators are "days away" from making a decision on which agency will launch the inquiry. The inquiry itself does not mean action will be taken against Apple, but it's a step in that direction.