Although Mobile Safari is more than adequate at rendering normal Web pages, many Web developers created versions of applications aimed at the iPhone. Here in Part 3 learn what to do when the user reaches the end of the list structure and your application actually needs to display content. Part 1 discusses how to set up your server to detect and serve alternate content to Mobile Safari, and Part 2 explores actual content you might create for an iPhone or iPod touch.
Does anyone know if there’s a RDP client for iPhone ?
It would be cool to run Windows apps thru your iPhone via Windows server TS or XP based ThinServer