If you’re wondering what kind of capabilities and unique features iPhone Apps are going to have, look no further than OmniFocus and Schmap.
OmniFocus is a professional-grade personal task manager that taps into the iPhone’s GPS to provide you with location based task lists.
At the store?
OmniFocus automatically pops up with the grocery list that you put together when you drive up.
Back at work?
OmniFocus automatically switches over to your list that you put together with work related tasks.
The second application, Schmap, which is actually a currently available web application, though it will no doubt be something that takes advantage of becoming a native App as well, uses the iPhone’s gyro sensor to automatically change the view based on how you are holding the phone.
Hold it vertical, and a list of available destinations pops up; but switch and hold it horizontal, and you’re automatically presented with a map of locations and additional information.
What will they think of next?