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What's new in Notifications in iOS 16?

Given the extent to which mobile pros depend on notifications, it's important to understand the changes Apple has made to Notifications in iOS 16 for the iPhone.

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Sadly, IT can no longer trust geolocation for much of anything

This goes beyond simply not trusting location data for cybersecurity authentication. Geolocation is now used for a wide range of business reasons — but it shouldn’t be.

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iPhone users have become more cautious about fast iOS upgrades

People want to be certain the experience will be bug free, apps will work, and that consumer-simple remains enterprise-secure.

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The evolution of Apple's iPhone

As the iPhone ages, it's important to look at how the now-iconic device has matured since its arrival in 2007.

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14+ reasons enterprises should upgrade to iOS 16

When it comes to iOS, 16 it’s not terribly surprising most reports focus is on consumer-friendly features. But there are lots of good reasons for enterprise users to make the move.

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Will your enterprise app dev teams visit Apple's Dynamic Island?

Apple has successfully turned the part of the iPhone display everyone ignored into the place to be seen. This is an opportunity to build engagement — will you exploit it?

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Is Apple preparing its big idea for digital health?

Apple may be about to make it much cheaper to get hold of an Apple Watch. Why would it do this unless it has a bigger plan in place?

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What is Managed Device Attestation on Apple platforms?

Announced at WWDC 2022, Managed Device Attestation protection shows that Apple embraces the need for endpoint security.

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10 lesser-known iOS 16 features to make work easier

Apple has allegedly finished development on iOS 16 as it prepares for what we think will be the iPhone 14 launch event on Sept. 7. Here are 10 small improvements that will boost your workflow.

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How (and why) Openreach deployed 30,000 iPhones to its engineers

Colin Lees, CTIO at Openreach, a UK internet infrastructure company, explained why the company decided to outfit 30,000 engineers with Apple iPhones.

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What is USB Restricted Mode in macOS Ventura, and why do you want it?

Beginning with macOS Ventura, a new layer of protection provides a little reassurance for enterprise IT against USB device-carried attacks.

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What Apple’s Freeform collaboration app offers remote teams

Freeform is an upcoming collaboration tool for Mac, iPad, and iPhone that Apple says will give remote teams a limitless virtual whiteboard within which to work.

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Is it bad to give employees too many tech options?

When it comes to technology, offering "employee choice" can help attract new employees and keep current workers happy. But is there a downside to offering too much choice?

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Mobile convergence accelerates as 'Tap to Pay' dings US retail

Fifteen years since iPhone begat the modern smartphone, mobile now sits at the center of almost every interaction we make.

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Q&A: Marketcircle CEO on leadership in tomorrow's workplace

Alykhan Jetha (AJ), president and CEO at Marketcircle, offered up his views on the leadership qualities the future of work will need.

Apple MDM industry outlook: M&A on the way

At this stage in the evolution of the Apple device management industry, it appears we are on the edge of a mergers and acquisitions frenzy.

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Apple slaps hard against ‘mercenary’ surveillance-as-a-service industry

The company is introducing Lockdown Mode to protect high-risk individuals against corrosive surveillance and attacks, and investing millions to improve protection on its devices.

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Accused of ‘unfair’ practices, Apple faces App Store court battle in UK

Apple is accused of unfair business practices including forcing developers to use its own payment systems and taking up to 30% commission.

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