I think we will have to wait and see.
As you may be aware there has been a lot of press recently about the Adobe - Apple relationship as it relates to Flash support on Apple appliances and Apple's disdain for Flash. Kevin Lynch, the Adobe CTO, blogged on Tuesday to express his opinion on the issue.
While the iPhone does not have Flash support, Adobe has delivered a LiveCycle ES2 mobile client for the iPhone
It has been awhile and there have been various reports. I've got a PDF interactive form project that would be nice on an iPad.
Is there any new information on this front?
Currently in LiveCycle2.5 we are translating the Guide or form into HTML and delivering that to the device. There is no specific support for iPad as we do the same thing for an iPhone. We are looking at ways of improving this is the coming months. I suggest you monitor the LiveCycle ES3 prerelease site for updates.
Note that you will have to apply for access to the ES3 prerelease site.
I just to follow up on this thread with some updated information. If you take a look at the mobile offerings now for Adobe LiveCycle ES2.5 you should find that you can now render Form Guides directly on the iPhone client.
Some helpful URLs: