The iPhone will not be a revolution in computing

The iPhone shouldn’t be a revolution in computing Monday, March 10, 2008 Alex Iskold has an interesting article on ReadWriteWeb. He claims that the iPhone is the important thing that will allow Apple to dominate the following generation of computing. The SDK and the tool’s brilliant compact model of OSX, Iskold argues, implies that the probabilities open to Apple are almost limitless. He also continues that with the new undertaking bulletins, the iPhone can take on BlackBerry in the trade world too, and beco

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