According to a report from the Telegraph, some developers have discovered a secret hidden in the source code of iOS 7 which mentions a fingerprint.
With the sheer number of applications and third party peripherals on the market, it is not unheard of for a company to be able to run an entire organization through an iPad.
According to the recently Chitika Insights report, the tablet saw a small increase in total U.S. and Canadian tablet Web traffic to 84.3 percent in June 2013, which was up from 82.4 percent a month earlier.
Mark Hovatter, the chief facilities executive for the Los Angeles Unified School District, said the initial news was just phase one of a plan that will see all 640,000 students, grade K-12, will receive an iPad by late 2014.
For many, the Apple TV is a set-top box that helps users wirelessly stream Netflix to their televisions. However, with the right features and management, the device can become a central tool for businesses.
The underlying note is that the overall tech market is gaining more competition and the mobile device stronghold the company has with the iPhone and iPad is getting smaller.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple has a prototype iPhone with a larger screen and is creating a similar version of the iPad.
While having all of these policies can make managing a BYOD practice much simpler for a business of any size, decision-makers that are unfamiliar with the technology will still be looking for help.
While it is fun to look into the possibility of how various sectors will be affected by these gadgets that seem like they were taken out of a science fiction movie, it is important to realize that they are still in the early stages of development and may not ready for the general public yet.
An IT consulting company that specializes with iPad deployments can go a long way toward optimizing mobile devices in every aspect of workflow.