Apple and IBM announced they would enter a partnership to offer hardware and software to the enterprise. Under the terms of the deal, IBM will create more than 100 business-focused apps, and Apple will sell iPhones and iPads preloaded with specific apps to clients all over the world.
As reported by CNBC, the partnership is focused on “transforming enterprise,” Apple CEO Tim Cook is quoted as saying. The partnership aims to “deliver on the promise of mobile in a big way.”
Apple and IBM have worked together before, partnering to build chips for Macs, specifically the PowerPC. …
Via: Mashable: Tech