Why iPhone matters so much

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    Passante

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    "The capability of Windows Mobile to create Office documents is pretty powerful," Hazelton says.

    And without support for Microsoft Exchange or IBM's Lotus Notes, iPhone users don't presently have a secure way to get work email."

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    How many people edit Office documents on their phones?

    MS Exchange is fully accessible by the web if enabled. I wonder how many employees can only access their email if they are running an exchange client. If you are using a web browser (as I do) it does not matter.
     
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    Oy vey. :: hand on face :: It's at that point that the entire article, for good or bad, suddenly becomes "blah, blah, blah", unless it begins talking about "common misunderstandings" or something. This article reads like a regurgitation of popular commentary about the phone. That's not very good reading.

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    Maybe it's simply because all other phone interfaces are pure garbage? In my opinion Sony Ericsson's are most useable but the iPhone kills even that.
     

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