Wednesday, June 13, 2007



When Steve Jobs announced that web apps designed for the Safari (http://tinyurl.com/35jzjz) browser would run on the iPhone, a lot of attention was paid to the possibility of adding apps to the iPhone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone) via this method. That's good, but I found this aspect rather secondary compared to the confirmation that the iPhone version of Safari is as functional as the Mac version. To me, that's the major news.

Until now, I had assumed iPhone's Safari was measurably scaled down, like all other phone web browsers. But if it can run web apps, it is way ahead of the other guys. More importantly, if it can properly render JavaScript and CSS, the iPhone will be the only phone that can properly display Sumocat's Scribbles and that's a big deal to me.



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iPhone can display Scribbles?


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