Apple’s iPhone for the business market
Friday, February 29, 2008/
Next week Apple will unveil new iPhone features to appeal to business to help it compete with the BlackBerry phone.
The announcement will also include information for programmers about how they can create software for the iPhone.
IT Wire says what’s exciting about Apple’s announcement is that Apple looks to be moving towards taking the enterprise market more seriously, opening up the iPhone to becoming a true competitor to RIM and Windows Mobile 6 for corporations and businesses.
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