Apple seems to have something against copy/paste and Flash technology on the iPhone, but thank God for third party software. The previous attempts at implementing a clipboard on the iPhone were rather poor, but now we’ve got Clippy, a function that attaches to the handset’s virtual keyboard and finally adds copy/paste support.



The function is available for most of the iPhone apps, but Clippy only works on jailbroken units, so you’ll never see it surfacing on the App Store. Also, keep in mind that the solution is under development and has its bugs, but you can still check Cydia out and test Clippy, for fun.

[via Engadget Mobile]

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