Well its open source, so someone should do it if it comes to fruition. If not, you could always do it yourself! Long live open source! But it will probably be a option, there are usually quite a bit on the emulators.The game screen is too tiny; might as well be an iPod game. Why not take advantage of the iPhone's widescreen mode? And as I mentioned in another thread, with multitouch, why do the controls have to be visible at all? Just imagine an invisible NES controller superimposed over the widescreen, which knows when you're tapping up, down, left, right & A/B. It's hard to explain, but hopefully some of you understand what I'm talking about.
How do you put the application onto your phone?