Apple provides all future computers without Flash installed, which it might previously have been standard, but Java is out in the cold.
The latest update of Java indicates namely that the program now moved out from Apple's developer departments, and instead moved the responsibility onto Oracle.
The reason that both Flash and Java moves out of Mac OS X and away from Apple's developers, is believed partly to act on internal developer resources, but even more that Apple specifically with Java wants to ORACLE itself will stand to develop for Mac OS X, which we already do for other operating systems instead of Apple must cross with specially prepared and develop customized versions.
Indeed, it has often led to lengthy upgrades and undue criticism from the surroundings.
The new measures provide Apple more responsibility on consumers and on the developers of the respective programs.