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Being that the iPhone is designed for extreme portability and thus has limited memory, I wonder if one would be able to find and transfer a file from their home computer to their iPhone and/or control their desktop (even in a limited manner) from the field.

Thoughts?

(Forgive me if this is already covered or a obvious well known fact...)
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