IBM announced a new application called “iNotes ultralite”, which is designed to let mobile corporate employees use Apple's Safari browser for accessing their Lotus Notes e-mail, contact info, and calendars on their Apple iPhones. It's an extension of IBM's existing Domino Web Access technology, using a front end that's more suitable to the iPhone's touch environment.
For iPhone users make use of iNotes ultralite, iPhone users must also be Lotus Notes subscribers. This way, they can get ultralite by downloading Notes 8.0.2, since they can't get the application from Apple's App Store. Lotus suggests that iPhone users connect to their enterprise servers using iNotes ultralite in conjunction with Lotus Mobile Connect VPN software.
Now available as IBM Lotus iNotes software provided in IBM Lotus Domino Web Access 8.0.2, Lotus Domino data combines with the flexibility and connectivity of the Apple iPhone. Built on the time tested Lotus Domino Web Access infrastructure, users can quickly access email, calendars, and contacts directly through the Apple iPhone Safari browser.