The features of our ubiquitous cell phones are changing by the day. Gone are the days of the simplistic mobile phones when they were simple communication and messaging devices, supplementing your landline phones. The smartphones are the current vogue with the iPhone attaching a new dimension. After capturing the world of multimedia, iPhone has now entered a new territory and believe it or not, iPhones will control reconnaissance aircrafts from the ground. According to Apple Software Developer Kit agreement, the applications are not to be designed or marketed for automatic or autonomous control of aircrafts. However, researchers from the University of California, Berkeley seemed to have broken Apple’s terms and conditions when they used the iPhone to guide unmanned aircraft. The Berkeley team uses Mobile Safari to enter coordinates and selects tasks for the unmanned flight that is relayed to the aircraft through a web server. Check the video after the jump.