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« on: January 02, 2019, 04:05:22 pm »

The case for dual iCloud accounts on iOS

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<p>As I touched on previously, the concept of a device supporting dual iCloud accounts on iOS is something I had not thought of until recently, but I do think it’s something enterprise customers would like to see from Apple. One of the benefits of iCloud is how heavily it’s tied into Apple’s iOS devices, but for enterprise and education customers, this means they won’t usually be able to use their device for anything personal. This week, I want to look at this in depth and discuss why Apple should offer a “dual iCloud account” setup for managed devices. <a href="https://9to5mac.com/2018/12/29/the-case-for-dual-icloud-accounts-on-ios/#more-570443" class="more-link">more…[/url]</p>
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