A recent Goldman Sachs survey of IT executives found that "17% expect to support iPhone 3G in the next year".
How should we interpret this result?
It says that iPhone will join RIM and Windows Mobile for the hearts and wallets of enterprise users. If the latest iPhone meets IT security and management requirements, it surely will.
But there's another message. It has been observed that iPhones generate 20x the traffic of traditional smart phones. Why? Because the iPhone's user interfaces makes it so simple for users.
The corollary is that the simplicity of the iPhone epitomizes the path to what we call the "True" broadband experience, providing seamless low latency access to any business application.
That bodes well for mobile UC, and for 4G wireless whether in the form of LTE or WiMax.