Apple are to detail a software road map for the iPhone on March 6 that will allow developers to create applications for the iPhone. To date, all applications for the iPhone have been via the web-browser. Now applications will able to run off the phone itself. In the NY Times, one analyst suggests that this will bring a whole bunch of new and exciting apps:

“Apple has understood the importance of local applications and they are responding to that, and it will help them sell more iPhones,” said Tim Bajarin, principal analyst of Creative Strategies.

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