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1 hansen_m commented Permalink

While yes, compatibility would be nice (and Apple has an adapter for that) there are a lot more benefits to the Lightning connector over micro-USB. <div>&nbsp;</div> http://brockerhoff.net/blog/2012/09/13/boom-2/ <div>&nbsp;</div> And sure, most people only use the cable for charging or connecting to a computer, it still allows for some pretty cool things. <div>&nbsp;</div> http://www.panic.com/blog/2013/03/the-lightning-digital-av-adapter-surprise/

2 ChrisPepin commented Permalink

I'm a big fan of Apple's Lighting Connector. More details on my blog: <br /> http://www.chrispepin.com/2012/12/why-i-like-apples-new-lightning-cable.html <div>&nbsp;</div> I agree that Apple has steadily improved its enterprise capabilities in iOS. Looking back, it seems incredible that the first release of Apple Phone OS (prior to being renamed iOS) didn't have support for ActiveSync!

3 pasmith commented Permalink

Missing the point of byod though. Sounds so lot like the IT department mandating a platform to make their life easy. BYOD has to be about coping with my preference and my needs. Either that or buy me an iToy and I'll keep up own device for me.