Apple iPhone signals beginning of the end, Duh.

On June 29, 2007, Apple released the high­ly antic­i­pat­ed iPhone to the pub­lic. For­rester eval­u­at­ed the iPhone’s capa­bil­i­ties, and we believe that the iPhone sig­nals the begin­ning of the end for the mobile Web as we know it today: Stripped-down sites crammed onto the small screens of devices meant for phon­ing, not brows­ing, will become a thing of the past. Com­pa­nies look­ing to stay on top of this trend should get iPhones and expe­ri­ence their capa­bil­i­ties for them­selves. Going for­ward, firms should con­tin­ue to exper­i­ment with the mobile Web sites they own today in order to learn how to cre­ate con­tent that is time­ly, loca­tion-aware, and action­able for users on the go,” Vidya Lak­sh­mi­pa­thy reports for For­rester Research.

Voice Bank has devel­oped a con­vert­er that shrinks man­ga pages cre­at­ed for view­ing on PC screens to iPhone size, claim­ing it made the move because the phone’s touch-sen­si­tive screen is per­fect for the pan­el-based graph­ic medi­um. It is now look­ing for a dis­tri­b­u­tion part­ner in the US

Sounds like these guys have already got­ten the message.
This is what I want to be able to check out on my iphone.

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