By Robert Evatt
Within seconds they cluster around the gadgets, happily tapping out messages like countless other cell-phone users.
But unlike most, their texts aren't in English--they're in Cherokee.
And they aren't using specially modified iPhones. Every one of the estimated 100 million global iPhone users running iOS 4.1, the latest version of the smart phone's software released last month, already have support for the distinct Cherokee language within their device.