Hi, as far as I've heard, you can't.
Apple has their own "sort-of" flash player clone that works for YouTube, but for sites that are strictly ONLY looking for actual flash from Adobe, it will not work.
So far I have only found one(1) site that had this problem, and most worked for me.
I'm guessing, if you posted this, you may have found another. :-)
you can purchase an app called "skyfire" from the app store, the app will make it possible to watch flash videos but not games. Technically, skyfire is a browser and when you find a flash video, you click it, it will then convert it to a watchable format for your iOS device.
Or another way is by jailbreaking your device, there are plenty of tips to do this in youtube, where they show you a full walkthrough on how to do this. I recommend this if you do not want to spend money to buy the app and if you don't want to wait for skyfire to convert the video (which could take few minutes depending on how long the video is). Jailbreaking will instantly allow you to watch flash videos without waiting it to convert, it runs natively.
There is no flash clone.
YouTube offers html5 site and h.264 movies compatible with iOS-this is what the app connects to.
A large numbers of websites have enabled http streaming of h.264 encoded videos on their website, iOS compatible.
Adobe released a tool to allow websites using flash for video to easily offer this also.
This is interesting.
I was on a site with Adobe Flash content and it still played the video.
This wasn't YouTube, by the way, so I figured, and heard, Apple made some work-around for Flash.
On a different note, that funny post that went to 3 pages before being taken down, should have stayed up, just for the comedy aspect of it.
Doesn't Apple have a sense of humor.
I was going to write to him .....
"You are a genuinely original funny gent... I really like your sense of humor."
Or is it still up and I'm not allowed in?