Safari Web Browser Flash Being Blocked by Apple by Default
Flash has its security concerns and it is inefficient that is why big companies are trying their best to move as far away from it as possible. Soon Flash will be blocked from the Safari web browser in Apple products as a default preset. Users however, will be able to undo this manually.
If a site relies on Flash then you will be given a notification about it and will be given the option to turn on Flash. You can either choose to turn on Flash once in the Safari Web Browser or every time for the site in question.
I remember days when almost all sites relied on Flash and now it has been marked as a security risk and companies are ditching it. It goes to show how much we have moved forward in terms of tech and software over this short period of time.
It is clear that the time for Flash is getting shorter now and in coming days it will just be something that decayed with time. Though it was something of great importance once but with the tides of time it has fulfilled its purpose and can now rest with all other obsolete things that we no longer require.
If you still need Flash however there is an option in the Safari web browser to have it on at all times. Flash has had security issues with major companies recently and now companies are getting rid of this inconvenience all together.
I however do not recall the last time I visited a site and it needed Flash to function properly. But then that is me and you could use Flash sites all the time, may be. Whatever the case is this is a heads up that Flash is dying slowly and that it will be blocked very soon by default in Safari web browser.