Companies that move to Office 365 have to decide what mobile email client to use. A native client that uses Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) or Outlook? In the past, the best choice was probably something like the iOS mail app. Now, Outlook is the focus of Microsoft’s mobile efforts and it’s where all the new functionality appears. EAS is still valuable, just less so than it was before.
Apple released iOS 11 and found that the mail app cannot connect to Exchange Online or Exchange 2016. It’s all to do with HTTP2 connections. Apple tries to connect via ActiveSync but doesn’t do so the way that Exchange likes, or something like that. In any case, maybe now’s the time to consider Outlook for iOS.
Apple’s net income and revenues both surged in the most recent quarter, thanks in large part to its quickly-growing services business.
Forget the naysayers: Apple has delivered another blockbuster quarter on the back of its most successful iPhone launch ever.
Piggybacking on U.S. Federal Trade Commission complaint, Apple sued Qualcomm late Friday for $1 billion.
The European Commission announced today that Apple and Audible have ended an exclusive audiobook deal in order to avoid antitrust charges.
Even the people who hold your computer hostage with ransomware were running holiday discounts. Todd Klindt and Shane Young discuss this and other random topics on their weekly SharePoint podcast.
Apple sold fewer iPhones in the previous quarter than it did a year ago, the third quarterly decline in a row. But iPhone sales beat estimates, and the firm earned an astonishing $47 billion in revenues.
As expected, Apple unleashed a new generation of mobile smart devices on Wednesday. The firm announced the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus smartphones, plus the Apple Watch Series 2 and some related accessories.
A European Union investigation has concluded that Ireland illegally taxed Apple at a rate of just 1 percent for over 10 years. As a result, it has ordered Ireland to collect $14.5 billion in lost taxes from the consumer electronics giant.
On Tuesday, Apple announced the results of its most recent quarter, posting net income of $7.8 billion on revenues of $42.4 billion. But the firm sold fewer iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple Watches than it did a year ago, for the second quarter in a row.
Apple recorded revenues of over $50 billion in the quarter ending March 31, but the firm sold fewer iPhones, iPads, and Macs than it did in the same period a year ago. It was the consumer electronic giant’s first year-over-year revenue decline in 13 years.
On a day in which Apple padded its product lineup with new models, the consumer electronics giant received a legal reprieve: The DOJ delayed a scheduled San Bernardino terrorism hearing, stating that it may have found a way to unlock the iPhone at the center of the case.