Of course, when it comes to addressing your WordPress blog from an iPhone you can do it live, from the browser Safari included, just like you would from your desktop computer or laptop.
In this case you should have all the functions, but in reality you're going to have some surprises.
And you go to suffer one of the stupid limitations of the iPhone : execution of Flash . And this will prevent you from inserting images, not just adding new images from your media library, but you will not be able to do so from the images hosted on the iPhone reel .
Interestingly I discovered that with Imaset the image manipulation plugin for WordPress if it can be done, because access the WordPress media library without using Flash so it will serve as a trick to get images inserted you have already hosted on your WordPress server.
On the other hand, as you can imagine, the same problem you will have to insert videos of YouTube ] with the internal system of WordPress . Again, using external plugins like Vipers Video QuickTags you will be able to do it.
Another of the shortcomings of the iPhone that become patent is the impossibility of selecting text and because of this It will be difficult for you to use the buttons of the editor to apply formats to "selected" texts. As in previous cases, you have to use the HTML editor and you will have to insert many codes by hand, although you can use QuickTags from the code editor fortunately.
The rest of the functions, such as tags, categories, programming, publishing status, etc., work correctly, and you'll also be able to manage comments, plugins, options. All this makes that, despite the shortcomings, but seen the previous methods seen in this series, this seems to be the most appropriate way for to manage WordPress from an iPhone . However, in following articles we will see some other option and we will get some nice surprise.