Is there any way for a web application to access the location data of an iPhone without the installation of an additional iPhone client app?
If not, the next best thing would be if any can recommend an existing native app, preferably free to the end user and as lightweight as possible, that does expose this information to Mobile Safari.
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MobileSafari does not expose this information..
At the very least you will have to implement your own UIWebView based application, read the location from CLLocationManager and inject it into the WebView.. A good starting point is the iPhone-google-maps-component.
It currently supports setting the center location, and zooming & panning using the touch interface.
It's not exactly the answer to my question, but it is interesting in its own right, and it may end up getting the job done..
GeoLocation APIin a web app to get your current location in the following URL: http://mrvautin.com/2010/01/06/iphone-web-application-get-current-location/.