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With iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, Apple solves some work from home challenges for enterprises that should help improve productivity.

Episode 20, 10/06/21, 10:08

At its 2021 Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple announced significant operating system updates for iPhones, Tablets, and Mac.

For the iPhone, iOS 15 will get a new "Focus" feature to help people "stay in the zone" while at work by setting different notification options for phone calls, texts, and emails. It should cut down on unwanted distractions.

For tablets, the new iPadOS 15 gives users a new multitasking interface/menu that makes it easier to put two apps side by side on the screen.

The Mac's updated operating system includes a new feature called “Universal Control” where you can move your mouse cursor between a Mac and an iPad—making the iPad into a second screen.

Tony Glinski, Director of Apple Business at Stratix, attended the WWDC 2021 virtual event. In this episode, he reviews key highlights that are of special interest to Apple enterprise customers.

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Tony Glinski

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