Apple Announces ‘Business Essentials’ Service for Small Businesses

Apple is always on the move, and now they are making some new ones. It is not something that we did not expect, we did indeed expect these ones to be in place soon. It was just a matter of when. Apple is now targeting small businesses.

Yes, they have shifted their focus on the small businesses, and they are targeting them with a new subscription. This plan comes out following the company’s success with its Apple One service that had come up recently and was meant to be for individuals and families.

Similar to and just Like Apple One, the new Apple Business Essentials had been launched for small businesses, and the subscription includes iCloud storage.

There are a lot of services and features that are being offered to the people in the place of the entertainment ones — like Apple Fitness+, Apple TV+, and Apple News+. They have been replaced for device management and onboarding services.

Apple Announces 'Business Essentials' Service for Small Businesses

Apple’s Business Essentials plan is something that we have been talking about for a moment. It is known to cover all Apple hardware, this means that it is also including the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Other than the mentioned ones, it also includes setup, backup, security, onboarding, repairs, and updates.

Apple is well known to have positioned its Business Essentials service as an IT service for small and midsize businesses (SMBs). If you are someone who is interested, then maybe take a look at the definition and detail that had been provided by Apple itself.

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“When employees sign in to their corporate or personally owned device with their work credentials, Collections automatically pushes settings such as VPN configurations and Wi-Fi passwords,” Apple said about its new service to brief the customers.

“In addition, Collections will install the new Apple Business Essentials app on each employee’s home screen, where they can download corporate apps assigned to them, such as Cisco Webex or Microsoft Word.”

That is all that we know for now. We will keep you updated on the news.