Apple has just posted a new page for the iPhone on their website called ‘iPhone at Work‘ which highlights the potential for the device to be used at the office, and for traveling, as well as at home. The page details many of the iPhone features in the context of business, with sections focused upon organization, business tracking, project management, organizing meetings and traveling.
The page has links to several apps which are particularly relevant for the iPhone in business, including the stock iOS apps such as Mail, Calendar and Contacts, but also apps like OmniFocus, Daylite Touch, Cisco WebEx Meetings and FlightTrack Pro for travel. More casual travel apps like iTranslate+ and Zagat also make an appearance.
Apple has been enthusiastic about pushing their iOS device line up into business and the adoption of devices like the iPad has been phenomenally successful. With the gradual demise of RIM device usage in business, a large gap has been left in the market, which Apple will no doubt be looking to fill.