– iPhone gets an AIM client.
Multi touch games for the iPhone
Push Email and Calendar, Activesync and Exchange support for the iPhone.
– many more

… but have to wait until June.

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7 Comments

Comment by Phe
2008-03-06 16:18:24

The third link is the same as the second… I guess I’ll just look it up on the apple home site? xD

 
Comment by Gilli
2008-03-06 16:37:22

aim? google has had a instant messenger program for web phones for a while. games? same deal. exchange? so the iphone gets turned into a blackberry pda. the only unique thing the iphone has is the touch screen, while impressive, NOT something i’m not going to spend $400 for.

Comment by Cybertimber2008
2008-03-06 21:31:02

Not all that sure but I think hawk only uses AIM, so maybe thats why he spotlighted it. Otherwise, once Trillian for Mac and iPhone hit the streets that would probably be the best choice.

 
 
Comment by Matt
2008-03-06 17:58:07

Oh man, Apple’s just sticking it to their iPod Touch users. Sure, you’ve got an awesome touch screen iPod, but not only does your iPod hold a fraction of what the Classic does, you have to PAY for the updates that will take up more of your cherished 32GB of disk space (best-case). Harsh.

 
Comment by Gary
2008-03-06 19:23:32

Damnit Hawk, sign up for a developer account! I want to be playing “Super Hawk Ball At The Apple Store” on my iPhone in June!

Comment by Hawk
2008-03-06 19:50:22

Downloading the SDK right now. =)

 
 
Comment by Geass
2008-03-06 20:18:39

And I can guess theses wont go buh bye when the phone updates as with the third party apps.

Well, I hope it looks like iChat and can work like Adium!

 

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