Jason Levine offers a counterpoint to John Gruber’s iPhone post from the other day, explaining the enterprise features offered for the BlackBerry that the iPhone won’t match. They’re both right, of course. The iPhone isn’t going to try to compete in the space where BlackBerry excels. At the same time, there are going to be lots of people who buy or want to buy iPhones and will try to cope with the corporate IT environment to the degree possible. Whether the iPhone is good enough to compel IT departments to accommodate the iPhone and to compel Apple to provide more enterprise-friendly features remains to be seen.