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Appogee becomes one-stop shop for enterprise iOS deployment

Apple-only VAR Appogee now offers a fully managed hardware deployment as iOS/Mac enterprise use comes of age

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Documents, an app for everything that's always with you

Now available for M1 Macs, Readdle’s app may help mobile professionals get things done easier.

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Fueled by pandemic shifts, mobile is now even more critical

The latest AppAnnie report confirms the central role mobile now plays in daily life.

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Apple Watch yields heart data nearly as good as clinical tests, report claims

New research could point to a significant step forward in AI-driven remote health monitoring.

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Apple, AI, and humans in the new work place

Alcyr Araujo, of Apple MDM solutions provider Mosyle, weighs in concerning the future of work.

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iPhone 13 rumors: More storage, better camera and always-on display

Although the arrival of the next iPhone is likely months away, rumors about what it may look like are circulating. On this episode of Today in Tech, Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis and Macworld executive editor Michael Simon...

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Apple's indoor maps format is now a standard; here's why that matters

Adoption of the standard is a foundational step for new business opportunity and voice-first interface design.

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Apple is investing in 6G, but it doesn’t matter (yet)

We shouldn't get too excited that Apple is investing in next-generation 6G technology development.

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Is there a human consequence to WFH?

Apple has done great business during the pandemic, with enterprise use of Macs up 23% and record iPhone sales. But is there a human cost to working from home?

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Have a pacemaker and an iPhone? Could be a deadly combination

Apple itself has issued a warning that its newest iPhone could attack your heart — literally.

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Apple’s record-breaking Q1: There’s still room to grow

Apple's 2021 Q1was its most successful quarter in company history, boasting $111.4 billion in revenue. While the coronavirus pandemic ravaged businesses across many industries, Apple managed to boost revenue 21% year over year. And...

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Apple's December results: What you need to know

Apple achieved the most profitable quarter in its company history. Here's what we learned.

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What's the business case for UWB, which Apple supports in iPhones?

Apple seems to have kick-started development and implementation of the Ultra WideBand standard.

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14 items of office equipment replaced by iPhone

Thanks to software and the iPhone, the office experience now sits in your pocket.

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Folding iPhones, 5G and Apple Glass: 2021 mobile predictions

In 2020, mobile advances included robust 5G rollout and the first-ever folding phones. So what’s in store for 2021? Apple may be in the very early stages of developing a folding iPhone. Plus, there may be wearables on the way as more...

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Apple's COVID-19 response shines light on social responsibility

The world’s leading tech firm becomes a poster child for corporate social responsibility.

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How to make more effective use of Mail on iPhone and iPad

Enterprise or consumer, most iPhone and iPad users want to get more from Apple's email app. Here's how.

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Apple's iPhone slowdown ploy was ridiculous, even by Apple standards

Now that Apple has agreed to pay $113 million to settle with iPhone users whose smartphone clockspeed was artificially slowed to boost hardware sales, it's worth examining why the move was so colossally stupid.

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