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stevenf iPhone Review

Steven Frank:

Amusingly, web pages with the most flexible layouts (say a table with a single stretchy column) have the most trouble adapting to the iPhone usage pattern, because iPhone Safari renders the page to a fixed width, rather than wrapping words like most mobile browsers, you'll end up zooming and panning on these types of pages.

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While the fixed width presents some drawbacks, the benefits far outweigh them. I've written up an extensive review of those benefits, particularly for web 2.0 application usage here:

http://2glue.typepad.com/productivity/2007/07/mobile-web-20-p.html

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