“Since Think Secret’s initial report on Apple’s upcoming iWeb 2 software in early August, sources have disclosed additional details of the software, which will include features to support ‘anywhere’ content publishing,” Ryan Katz reports for Think Secret.
Katz reports, “With iWeb 2, users will be able to update their iWeb space from any Web browser for the first time. Site management will naturally be limited, likely to just adding or deleting content, sources said, but the feature will allow users to update their blog and upload new photos or podcasts regardless of what computer or operating system they have access to.”
Katz reports, “In addition, users will be able to tap their cell phones to update their iWeb pages, allowing blog text and photos to be transmitted from their phone to their iWeb site. This functionality, however, is almost certainly to be limited to iWeb users hosting their pages on .Mac, as is a new feature that will allow users to update their content through email.”
Katz also reports that Apple plans to put extra emphasis on third-party publishing with iWeb 2 for those Mac users who prefer to forgo .Mac and host their iWeb creations elsewhere.
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