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Amidst the consumer buzz, I thought it would be a good time to take a closer look at the potential impact on (and opportunity for) enterprise developers based on Apple’s latest and greatest OS.
We’re all anxiously awaiting Apple’s official iPhone 6 and iOS 8 launch announcement next week. As usual, the rumor mill has been swirling since June with feature leaks and reviews of the alleged functionalities surfacing on a daily basis.
After sifting through the clutter and more than 4000 new APIs, here are my top highlights for enterprise developers:
What development opportunities or issues do you see with this news? We’d love to hear what you’ve got planned! Comment here or Tweet us @ProgressSW.
In addition, I'll be live blogging the Apple launch here on Tuesday, September 9th. Stop by and hang out as our team begins to spark new ideas for the future of application development.
With over two decades working with Internet technologies and 12 years working specifically in the mobile industry, Lee Andron has guided more than 35 Fortune 100 companies in their mobile marketing campaigns, corporate mobile sites and mobile apps. Mobile Strategy, Usability, Information Architecture, advanced mobile web, WebApp and app design are all leveraged to develop unique creative solutions to the customer's problems. Andron was one of the early evangelists of HTML5 as a ubiquitous mobile solution and co-authored the book iPhone and iPad Web Design for Dummies.
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