“I just checked a GPS-enabled webpage page, below, on a 3.0B5 iPhone’s Mobile Safari and Boom! The webpage checks the GPS coordinates of the iPhone and returns a result,” Seth Weintraub reports for Computerworld.
“Google also mentioned in their Latitude for iPhone presentation last week that they were no longer going to build a native app for the iPhone. They said Latitude was now going to be a WebApp that would run in Safari,” Weintraub reports.
“Safari [will] be able to not only retrieve others’ locations, but also broadcast the location of the user’s iPhone,” Weintraub reports.
Google Latitude for iPhone:
Direct link to video via SlashGear here.
MacDailyNews Note: We asked if there was an echo in here, too. SlashGear’s video repeats twice for some reason.
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