Apple Tweaks iPhone Business Uses
Apple Inc. has revealed a beta version of a new software that will enable the iPhone to become a business e-mail gadget , a portable video game machine that might also help users manage their health records that should be available in June.But Apple is already predicting that it will sell 10 million iPhones by the end of the year, giving the device roughly 1 percent of the worldwide cell phone market.
Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, said :
The software update will give iPhones the security and integration of e-mail, calendars and contact lists that businesses have been demanding.
The company will sell outside developers’ iPhone applications through the new App Store. Developers will pay a $99 fee to register and will set the price for their applications and get 70 percent of the revenue and Apple 30 percent.*Sponsored Links*