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Third-party vendors like Jamf offer deeper tools to replace Apple administrative tools that may not be adequate for larger users.
A new hospital being built at UC-San Diego has iPads and Apple TV in each of its 245 rooms to empower patients in their own medical care.
Built for Apple device administrators, the updated Jamf Pro V.10, which was formerly known as Casper Suite, is scheduled to come out in the first half of 2017.
The plans for a new R&D facility in Shenzhen come as the company continues to try to bolster its market share and sales in the country.
The program aims to provide internet access to disadvantaged high school students whose families can't afford services at home.
The music streaming service starts at $7.99 a month for Amazon Prime users or $9.99 a month for non-Prime customers.
The new plans cut prices for business users and provide unlimited, talk, text and data, as well as 5GB of mobile hotspot usage per month.
The experiments are testing how drones could be used to fly LTE cells into the skies to rebuild cellular networks when disaster strikes.
As Apple's revenue-generating Services act as a counter-balance to its falling iPhone sales, it plans to bring together its Service teams at Infinite Loop, says a report.