After a few weeks waiting, O2 finally shipped an iPhone 3G to me on Tuesday, so I’ve spent a good few hours fiddling with it over the past few days. I thought I’d post up a few thoughts, really for my own benefit in keening some notes. Compared to the Windows Mobile phones I’m used […]
Yesterday I was having a conversation with someone about the iPhone configuration utility and heard a comment asking why the iPhone allows settings to be emailed to the device. What they meant was that if your device is un-configured it wouldn’t have any email accounts to receive the settings – a chicken and egg kinda […]
Apple have just released the new configuration utilities for the new iPhones. As I covered a few weeks ago, these will allow enterprises to develop specific configuration files for iPhones within their infrastructures. It’s a very welcome move, like many businesses I’ve certainly seen a number of business requests for iPhones and the prospect of […]
Yesterday I got a HTC Touch Diamond to play with for a few days. I’ve been wanting to see one in the flesh for a while, partly because I need a new phone, and partly because we’re a Windows Mobile house here and with the 3G iPhone looming we’re thinking hard about future direction. The […]
In preparation for business iPhone requests I’ve looked at the new support for Exchange ActiveSync, configuration and other Enterprise features.