A new report from IDC reveals something that we’ve all suspected for some time—the iPhone (and iPad) are taking over the enterprise world. Why? Not just because iPhones are cooler, but they are also secure. Things that businesses deem essential to devices in the enterprise.
When Apple unveiled iOS 6 – their latest generation mobile operating system at the WWDC 2012, it showcased “Eyes Free” – a feature that would allow users to fire up Siri using dedicated buttons on the steering wheel of a car. This would allow users to ask Siri questions without taking their eyes off the road.
Trying to figure out what’s the best iOS device to give (or ask for)? We hear you, it can be tough to figure out what is the right device for the right person and what they will be using it for. This is what this iOS gift guide is about. We’ve posed a few common scenarios and what we think is the right iOS device choice in each situation.
ChillTab stands might not be a household name, but I’ve had a ChillTab on my desk for years now—an early prototype of the ChillTab2® in fact—because Adam Berson who makes them here in Vancouver has been letting me check out and test his aluminum creations since he started making them a couple years ago. Adam swung by my place recently—yes, hand delivered—to show my the newest in his line of tablet stands the ChillTab4® and it’s a tablet stand that just works.
When you start shopping around for your iOS devices, you have to take a lot of things into account. But the biggest factors when making such an important purchase is to consider your use cases and what size is going to suit you best.
When I mention the size of the device, I don’t mean just the physical size of the device itself. I also mean the size of the storage within it.