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Is iPhone a ‘Businessman’?

$100 million "iFund" was created by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers to support new companies developing the next generation of applications. And “health care” was one of the major reason for Kleiner Perkins partner John Doerr. So I think they will do everything to make iPhone a business device.

Many businesses demand the device to work better with their corporate e-mail systems. So, during the event at Apple's headquarters, Apple said it’s planning the iPhone to support Microsoft Corp.'s Exchange software and at this way it’ll solve all problems in the gadget and will put it in more direct competition with Research in Motion Ltd.'s BlackBerry and Palm Inc.'s Treo smart phones.
“The software update will give iPhones the security and integration of e-mail, calendars and contact lists that businesses have been demanding,” said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product marketing.

Plus the company's decision to allow developers some access to the closed device to build iPhone applications will hasten its development, even though the access is only through the Web and not to the same software Apple developers use.

Yes, iPhone will become a businessman.