Now, on iOS devices Safari is limited, (No multiple sound, Webgl, Flash etc) and Apple don't allow apps that change how the devices internet access works. It needs to be their API.
I know it would be complex and tediously slow, but then again things like Cocoon JS (the testing app, not the actual process to get your HTML 5 game to iOS app) runs pretty darn fast and cuts out one step in the chain and makes a normal game faster. I.e It means the iOS device is running the app itself and not running Safari that is running the application. So it would mean the iOS device is running the app which is a web browser. Much faster than a Web App!
Anyway, do you think it could be possible?
I think it would be, but I don't think any one would actually make such a complex thing for such a small demographic. <img src="smileys/smiley4.gif" border="0" align="middle" />