CUPERTINO, California and ARMONK, New York – 10 Dec 2014: Apple and IBM (NYSE: IBM) today deliver the first wave of IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions in a new class of made-for-business apps and supporting cloud services that bring IBM’s big data and analytics capabilities to iPhone and iPad users in the enterprise. IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions are now available to enterprise customers in banking, retail, insurance, financial services, telecommunications and for governments and airlines, thanks to an unprecedented collaboration between Apple and IBM. IBM clients today announcing support for IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions include: Citi, Air Canada, Sprint and Banorte.
Apple has announced it will make iOS 8 available for download on September 17, 2014. IBM is currently working on new versions of the Sametime Mobile Chat and Meetings applications to fix the iOS8 compatibility issues. However, these updates will not be available ahead of September 17.
The current 9.1.1 IBM Sametime mobile application and 9.1.2 IBM Sametime Meetings for iOS mobile application are incompatible with iOS 8. Apple has announced iOS 8 will be generally available for download on September 17. IBM is currently working on new versions of the Sametime Mobile Chat and Meetings applications to fix the iOS 8 compatibility issues. However, these updates will not be available ahead of September 17.
IBM and Apple’s new enterprise partnership is already being called one of the “most important and powerful tech partnerships ever.”But outside of selling more iPads, iPhones and Macs in business, what else could Apple get out of the deal, which was announced Tuesday? According to a new report, Watson — IBM’s Jeopardy-winning A.I. capable of understanding natural language.
What can we expect to see in terms of real deliverables in the next 6-12 months? Let’s take a look at the four “core capabilities” the new partnership will address.
IBM and Apple have announced a strategic partnership that teams the market-leading strengths of each company to transform enterprise mobility and redefine how work gets done. The agreement will deliver IBM’s big data, analytics, cloud, mobile integration, and security capabilities to iPhone and iPad. We will jointly develop and deliver more than 100 industry-specific enterprise solutions for iPhone and iPad. More than 100,000 IBMers will be involved in developing and selling these new applications
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Ever since Amazon unveiled its 7-inch Kindle Fire tablet in September, a lingering phrase has been attached to the low-cost, high-profile device: “the iPad’s first true Android competitor.”
Unlike all the Android tablets that offer 10-inch screens, roomier storage capacities, built-in cameras and 3G support, the Fire will ship with modest hardware specs. In fact, the Amazon tablet would seem ill-prepared to take on the iPad, if not for a trio of would-be Apple-slaying features.