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Get a lifetime of iMazing iOS Device Manager for $20

Engadget

Mobile Apple devices, including the iPhone, iPad and iPod, are well known for their ease of use. Yet, transferring data between these iOS gadgets is a challenge most Apple fans will instantly understand from personal experience, especially as new iterations arrive on store shelves every year. Those looking to easily manage their mobile data on iOS devices are not without options. With iMazing, you can do a variety of management tasks. For instance, this app allows you to transfer files between any Mac or PC with any iOS device wirelessly or via USB.


How Apple Business Essentials helps SMBs with device management

ZDNet

Apple is launching a new service, Apple Business Essentials, targeted at companies with 50 to 500 employees. The subscription-based service tackles the entire device lifecycle to help small businesses with limited resources and IT teams manage Apple devices. The service consists of several components: setup, onboarding, backup, security, support, repairs, and updates in a single subscription. Apple created a user-oriented model rather than a device-oriented model to give employees a better experience when using Apple devices for work. Managed users can simply sign into their Business Essentials account and start working on the device right away.


Get this 3-in-1 portable wireless charging station for 20 percent off

Engadget

If you're a bona fide Apple fan, you likely own an iPhone, AirPods and an Apple Watch. That also means you probably have a mess of charging cables cluttering your desk or nightstand. Luckily, each of these devices has wireless charging, and you can power all of them at once with this $110 OMNIA charging station. The OMNIA Q3 is a 3-in-1 device with three chargers: a 10-watt Qi charger for your phone, a 5-watt Qi charger for compatible wireless earbuds and a dedicated Apple Watch charging pad. The phone charger sports dual charging standards, so it can detect whether it's powering an iPhone or an Android.


Get a pair of Beats Solo3 headphones for over 45 percent off

Engadget

You don't have to be an audiophile to hear the difference high-quality headphones can make in your music experience. It's not just about volume: The bass hits harder, the high-end cuts deeper and everything just feels more immediate when you have a great set of cans that can properly articulate all the little details that make your favorite songs special. If you've been craving that texture but haven't been able to justify spending the kind of money that high-end headphones typically command, this deal on the Beats Solo3 – which are on sale for $160, down from their normal price of $299 – might be what you've been waiting for. The Beats Solo3 is an award-winning over-ear headphone that maximizes clarity, breadth and balance with fine-tuned acoustics. The cushioned ear cups are customizable to fit the ergonomics of your head for comfortable listening all day long, and the Apple W1 proprietary Bluetooth chip makes pairing a snap if you're already using Apple devices.


Jamf Now helps ensure a company's entire Apple fleet of devices run in perfect harmony

ZDNet

Follow along as we break down each iPad model. Once upon a time, devices like cell phones or laptops were almost distributed to workers as a perk, helpful add-ons to do their jobs better. Today, smartphones, tablets, and (almost as importantly) the apps built into them aren't just helpful to a salesperson, a clerk or a production manager's daily work. With all that intricacy and customization going into an integrated digital business network, device management can't be piecemealed. It has to be managed and managed effectively, which is where software like Jamf Now becomes unbelievably important for small to medium-sized companies.