Move over, BlackBerry. iPhones and iPads running iOS 6 are now certified for low-level secure government use.
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Apple and Google remain at the top in their respective zones, but neither gain full marks at the top of the smartphone and platform podium. The iPhone—Android duopoly continues.
With a rapid increase of iPhones and iPads at work, Apple has yet to embrace the enterprise following by catering for business-focused users. Here's what we want in iOS 7, the next iteration of Apple's mobile platform.
The technology giant has released a software update for iPhone and iPad users, following reports of an Exchange Server calendar related bug that would overload servers.
Apple's latest fumble led to users being able to bypass the iOS 6.1 lock screen. In spite of strong back-end mobile device management and security policies, most of the time your enterprise is still at the mercy of the mobile maker not screwing up.
The latest tool to jailbreak your iOS 6.1-powered device—including at long last the iPhone 5—has been released.
The iPhone and iPad maker has updated its mobile operating system to iOS 6.1, which includes greater LTE carrier support to 36 new iPhone carriers.
comScore's latest mobile market share figures suggest a shift away from BlackBerry phones, leaving it in a share slump, while Android and iOS maintain good growth.
'Technology binge': a sparing moment of self-indulgent insanity resulting in excessive spending on items of technology. Not a good idea for this soon-to-be graduate.