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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — June 29, 2007 might seem like a distant memory at this point, but it was a day when thousands across the country vied to be the first iPhone user on the high-tech block. Months later–despite early network initialization and rebate issues–there’s no denying that the Apple iPhone was a hit.

So much so that enterprise organizations–credit unions included–have heard from users who want their iPhones integrated into existing mobile infrastructures. Similar requests have poured in from consumers to their favorite Web sites and companies, asking for true iPhone-compatible pages and content.

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