Engadget.com has launched a beta version of Engadget for Apple iPhone and iPod touch users:
For obvious reasons, we’re not really big believers in optimizing Engadget for individual devices or platforms. Despite the unrelenting number of requests for an iPhone-optimized version of Engadget, we thought we’d let Apple stand by its whole “the real internet in your pocket” thing. And then we ran the numbers. We could hardly believe it.
So far in 2008, the iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPod touch account for some 95.8% of all mobile views on the site. We’re not even kidding. It’s pretty hard to argue with something like that, so we’re rolling out a new beta version of Engadget optimized for the iPhone at i.engadget.com.
Full article, with screenshots, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “MacVicta” for the heads up.]
MacDailyNews Note: As many of you know, the Mobile Safari (iPhone, iPod touch) versions of MacDailyNews and iPodDailyNews are currently in the shop for repairs. We hope to have them back online ASAP as 98.8% of all mobile page views on our sites come from iPhone (83.7%) and iPod touch (15.1%) users. Thank you for your patience.