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Apple details new iOS 7 features for business, education

Dan Moren | June 27, 2013
We've heard about the new look and feel of iOS 7, as well as about the most prominent features, but in its WWDC keynote Apple--as it often does--alluded to many new features that didn't get their chance to shine. On its website, the company's now detailed new features coming in this fall's update for education and business users alike.

Education institutions, meanwhile, will benefit from the ability to access features like iTunes U and iCloud backups alongside the new volume-licensing options for apps; a new program also allows kids under 13 to get their own Apple IDs, with parental consent. And iPads, iPhones, and iPod touches aren't the only devices that can be managed by educators: Apple TVs can now be enrolled in mobile device management as well, streamlining initial set-up options and granting the ability to prompt students to mirror their displays, letting educators share kids' work with an entire class.

 

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