Apple moved to take on the Blackberry today by announcing plans to allow its iPhone to link up to corporate email systems.
Until now, the Blackberry has been the preferred gadget of the business community as it allows executives to synchronise Microsoft applications, such as Microsoft Outlook email, contacts and calendar, with the smartphone. Many businesses shied away from using the iPhone as it does not work well with their email systems.
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Speaking at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California this evening, Phil Schiller, head of worldwide marketing for Apple, said the iPhone’s next software update would support Microsoft’s Exchange product.
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