The Wall Street Journal got word from Apple that they will be releasing a software patch that will add Adobe Flash support to the built-in Safari browser. They expect the update to come within the next few months.
This is huge news for the iPhone as the internets moves more and more toward Flash pages. Without Flash support, the iPhone loses a lot of street cred as a fully featured web device.
Now if only they could enable 3G with a simple software update (they can't) we'd actually be able to view Flash content.
Also discovered by the WSJ is the iPhone's ability to integrate with cars over Bluetooth. The car in question was a BMW, but it did let them make calls from the Beamer's built-in display. There is still no file-transfer support over Bluetooth.
AppleInsider.com: Mossberg: Apple working on Adobe Flash support for iPhone