As Engadget reported over the weekend, the iPhone is incompatible with the 64-bit flavors of Windows XP and Windows Vista. Some blame Microsoft; some blame Apple.
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Microsoft rolled out on June 28 the third rollup of fixes for Exchange Server 2007, a product introduced in December 2006. Is an IMAP fix that could affect iPhone syncrhonization among those fixes?
Microsoft's Hotmail ActiveSync now is supported on Windows Mobile 6.x, Windows Phone 7, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Nokia E_Series, S-Series and N-Series phones. But it will not work right off the bat with Android devices.
SCCM 2012, when it ships later this year, is going to enable management for iPads, iPhones, Symbian devices, Android devices and Windows Phone 7 devices.
A couple of new postings regarding Microsoft's music marketplace goals got me thinking more about what might be part of Zune Mobile -- as well as the broader category of premium mobile services aimed at consumers.