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Joining the ranks of iPhone-specific web applications, is the web hosting company, Media Temple (mt). Their angle is to offer iPhone-toting customers, access to control panel services for their (mt) hosted websites. Buy Domains, pay bills, reboot your server, and a slew of other options await […]

media temple iphone servicesJoining the ranks of iPhone-specific web applications, is the web hosting company, Media Temple (mt). Their angle is to offer iPhone-toting customers, access to control panel services for their (mt) hosted websites.

Buy Domains, pay bills, reboot your server, and a slew of other options await the (mt)/iPhone crowd. I don’t rock the (mt) hosting, nor are any of my personal sites so visible that I would need to do any of these things spur of the moment from my mobile phone, but maybe that’s just me.

I do think the concept is interesting. The scope of “applications” for the iPhone is widening as companies [like Media Temple] begin to think outside the box of the typical Web 2.0 services. It leads me to wonder how much all the iPhone-only web sites will track a return on their development efforts. It’s not like Palm or Windows mobile devices have ever garnered so much attention from developers in the past – or rather, if they have, only a select few have taken notice.

What iPhone [web] services have you been waiting for?

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  1. blog.saadiq.org » Blog Archive » More Shiny for the iPhone Friday, August 17, 2007

    [...] to write this for the last week.  I saw an interesting article over on theAppleBlog about a new little application for the iPhone. Apparently a hosting company has built a nice little iPhone-specific control panel [...]

  2. blog.saadiq.org » Blog Archive » More Shiny for the iPhone Friday, August 17, 2007

    [...] meaning to write this for the last week. I saw an interesting article over on theAppleBlog about a new little application for the iPhone. Apparently a hosting company has built a nice iPhone-specific control panel for [...]

  3. Daniel Nordstrom Saturday, August 18, 2007

    I read that on their blog, this is great. I’ve used them for years and it would be awesome to use the control panel on a phone.

    I’ll just have to wait until the iPhone finds its way to Sweden. :D

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