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Minneapolis-based Jamf, which specializes in Apple enterprise ecosystem management, revealed that it is the first to offer both compatibility and key feature support for Apple’s release of iOS 12 and tvOS 12.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Apple announced a new series of iPhones on Sept. 12 as expected with few surprises but included several improvements that make iPhones a better bet for business users.
Some people grumble that this isn’t innovation, that it’s merely improving products already innovated by company co-founder Steve Jobs, who died seven years ago. But loyal fans of the company will be happy.
Complete end-to-end 5G solution brings together best-of-breed radio access, IP transport and security portfolios to simplify service providers’ next-gen mobile networks.
This eWEEK Data Point article puts forth some highly qualified market research from an expert, eMarketer, in a collection it calls “Six Trends You Need to Understand Now (Q3 2018).”
Despite the availability of other options, native should remain the first choice for mobile development. Native apps are faster and more efficient, because they work in tandem with the mobile device for which they are developed.
To maximize power savings, the 10nm-class LPDDR5 has been engineered to lower its voltage in accordance with the operating speed of the corresponding application processor, when in active mode.
Apple improves iOS security with USB Restricted Mode and hardens macOS against a new class of meltdown and spectre CPU vulnerabilities.
Seagate has a new internal BarraCuda solid-state disk designed to take data movement inside PCs to a higher-than-normal speed level.
REGULATORY ANALYSIS: The Federal Communications Commission forms a task force while the Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearings on the plans by T-Mobile and Sprint, the nation’s third and fourth wireless carriers to merge.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Analyst claims Sharp’s expansion into notebook markets lines up with Foxconn Group’s internet and industrial-focused vision and will allow Foxconn Group to cut into the ecosystem of notebook OEMs.