- 6 Mar 08, 18:39 GMT
The iPhone - love it or hate it, I think you have to admit that the device is having an impact on the mobile market.
In the global phone market its footprint may be small, but in the smartphone sector, and specifically as a web-browsing device, the gadget is overturning expectations.
Until now the device could not be taken seriously as an enterprise phone - but today Apple has announced support for Microsoft's Exchange. What that means is that push and synced e-mail, contacts and calendar, as well as support for Virtual Private Networks, will be available on the iPhone.
What this really means is that Blackberry now has a serious competitor in the business market.
Of course, it's the price that will ultimately be the deciding factor.
Will the people in your company who do the buying and hiring of IT equipment want to buy phones from Apple?
Apple also unveiled the software development kit for its iPhone today, and had a few surprises.
The first was a version of Will Wright's highly-anticipated game Spore running on the device and then the announcement that Sega were producing games for the platform.
When I was out at the Game Developers' Conference last month many many developers told me they were itching to start producing games for the iPhone.
It looks like the iPhone could give mobile gaming a much needed boost and provide Nokia's N-Gage some real competition.
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