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  1. bruce

    If a customer requires an iPhone site, an iPhone site he will get. That’s business.

    But it’s also our job to educate customers so that they consider a site that works for the majority of the planet. If they decide they don’t want that, so be it.

    It seems to me that developers should bug Apple to fix the bug in their media queries implementation so the standards-based CSS approach is more viable that device-specific sites.

    Anyway, I would say that, wouldn’t I? And I didn’t come here to pontificate, but rather to bring your attention to a rather excellent blog post by Greg Rewis that researches ““what does a mobile device download when encountering a page using media queries?”.

    http://blog.assortedgarbage.com/?p=564