Despite setting records with its most recent quarterly results, Apple continues to see its iPad sales slide. Apple is betting that its alliance with IBM will spur iPad adoption in the enterprise and revive iPad sales.
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Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, Dec. 10, including Apple and IBM unveiling first 10 mobile apps for the enterprise, Canvas receiving $9 million to develop enterprise mobile app platform, inconspicuous wearables by 2017, the convergence of mobile and wireline seen in network managed services and the iPhone 6's contribution to the smartphone market in the third quarter.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, Dec. 3, including Apple's possible release of an iPhone 7 in the fall of 2015, smartphones that control your coffee maker, iPhone 6's record sales in the UK, LTE-A upgrades and small cell deployments in the microwave gear market and LTE smartphones driving antenna tuner shipments.
The release of the iPhone 6 in September reversed the downward iOS activation trend Good Technology had seen in the enterprise, according to a new report from the enterprise mobility management firm.
The iPhone 6 has received its first enterprise functionality with the release of Linea Pro 6 by Infinite Peripherals, Inc.
Apple Pay, Cupertino's foray into mobile payments, is expected to launch Oct. 18, according to a leaked Walgreens internal memo obtained by MacRumors.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Sept. 30, including a need for budgeting on mobility by SMBs, the event startup that just received $1.5 million, China OKs the sale of the new iPhone, the ongoing tablet war and what chip maker just passed Qualcomm for second in tablet app processors.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Sept. 25, including what the You Own Device Act could mean for reselling electronics, the effect mobility could have on a job search, the record breaking weekend for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, smartphones and the portal head units in automobiles and how tougher cell phone standards are making recycling tougher.
Apple executives say the company is working "around the clock" to fix a bug in its iOS 8.0.1 update that disrupted cellular phone service and Touch ID security, according to an article at The Verge.