windows mobile

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Kaldama, Apr 2, 2009.

  1. macrumors member

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    will we ever see windows mobile for an iphone ? or any other word,powerpoint, excel editing software for an iphone ? Actually right now, this is the only one advantage of devices like HTC and Blackberry over the iphone...
     
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    Tallest Skil

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    Uh, heck no? :confused:

    We might see TextEdit come to the iPhone, and people want a mobile iWork for some reason, but never Windows Mobile. That thing will die within the next decade.
     
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    Good grief - why would anyone want to do this? I would guess in a few years Windoze Mobile will be history (and none too soon).
     
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    Aye, the typical fanboy response. You talk as if the os on iphone is perfect. It can't even walk and chew bubble gum.... :rolleyes: If anything, the android OS may be the dominant cell os in a few years...

     
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    i downloaded it. It seems like an useful application although i still cannot download email attachments to my iphone for offline viewing and editing. Any ideas what can i use for downloading email attachments directly to mh iphone????
     
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    anyone ?
     
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    There wouldn't be much point. But if you can....someone probably will. I don't see what would stop you I mean it has a decent amount of RAM, CPU & permanent storage. The basic laws of computing say it's possible.
     
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    Probably 6.5 sometime in the future, a glitchly version
     

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