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Mobile Gaming On The Apple iPhone
by Karl Yu

If you’re a tech geek and like to have all the latest gadgets, you were probably anticipating the launch of the Apple iPhone on June 29 and you might’ve lined up for a few days—neglecting relationships and personal hygiene—just to be the first to get your hands on one.

Apple’s new doohickey, for those of you who haven’t heard, represents the cutting edge of technology in cellular phones—combining a mobile phone, an iPod and computer complete with video playback and internet access.

It weighs in at 4.8 ounces (135 grams) and is 4.5 inches (115mm) long, 2.4 inches (61mm) wide and 0.46 inches (11.6mm) thick, a far cry from the big brick phones of yesteryear, but its size won’t hinder people who like to play mobile games. It features a 3.5 inch screen composed of scratch-resistant glass, ensuring you won’t be squinting to see that River card.

It uses Apple’s OS X operating system and while we lacked both the moolah and that juicy spot in line on the 29th, we do have access to the specs and with that in mind we will give you the new iPhone’s potential mobile gaming capabilities.

With the phone about a week old, it’s difficult to gauge which mobile gambling applications work but here is a list of mobile gaming applications that have been reportedly compatible so far.

According to reports,’s applications run well on the iPhone—including its slots and video poker.

Unlike other mobile casinos, Slotland was developed using html and xhtml as opposed to the Java and Flash applications that other mobile casinos use and that aren’t supported by the iPhone.

Another mobile poker offering ready for the iPhone is one that is already familiar to Apple users.

Scenario Poker is a regular widget on the OS X dashboard and a very popular one at that—it’s a regular on Apple’s Top 50 downloaded list.

After undergoing final testing the weekend before the iPhone’s launch, the latest version is designed to run on the new mobile phone’s Web 2.0 application, Texas Hold’em will initially offered with a No Limit Texas Hold'em version to be offered a little bit later.

While Apple mobile technology is currently in its infancy—the iPhone will be the first mobile phone that will use OS X—the mobile gambling market is too lucrative for providers not to take advantage. More mobile gaming applications will come.

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