Say the iPhone It has changed our lives, it involves a greater or lesser number of things, depending on many factors such as our profession or our age. For many, the iPhone has always been a familiar device, while others have seen its evolution since the “An iPod, a telephone and an Internet communicator”, which Steve Jobs introduced in 2007, to the powerful iPhone 12 of our time that works for almost anything.
This time we will focus on the review some of the devices that the iPhone has replaced in the workplace, and because it’s more than a way to communicate.
It’s all on the iPhone
Does anyone use one today? With functions capable of performing basic and scientific calculations, calculators for cell phones have almost completely replaced conventional devices. In recent years, many offices have considered it the obvious choice to solve a calculati on.
Corporate credit card.
IPhone options have replaced the physical card or the need to program data as sensitive as the codes and numbers printed on the card. Instead, it is possible to include virtual wallet data which can be managed on the device, backed up by various security measures.
Office and car keys
Some options on the iPhone allow you to replace your door keys today. Even a growing number of car rental companies are now offering digital keys that you can unlock with your iPhone.
Yes, you read correctly. The office thermostat thing. The iPhone does not completely replace the office thermostat but the lighting and heating systems with HomeKit-enabled devices let you control your levels from your smartphone, avoiding the hard work of figuring out how not always user-friendly heater controls work.
This type of automation is also applied to lighting and, increasingly, to intelligent machines used in factories.
At one time, being near the copier was a must stop in most offices. Currently, it is possible to use the various functions of the iPhone; simply open the Notes app, tap the Camera icon and scan everything you need to archive, print or share.
The carrier of the most important papers has been permanently replaced by digital services such as iCloud, which are easy to share with others and allow remote teams to collaborate on document creation in real time or asynchronously.
Step by step, cash registers and point of sale systems were quickly supplemented by contactless payment terminals. In several countries, many people no longer make cash purchases, but instead rely on payment systems with Apple Pay on the iPhone.
The meeting room
If the pandemic has left us anything, it’s used to taking advantage of video collaboration tools. So the FaceTime This is Apple’s default iPhone option that allows work teams to update and resolve different situations without going to the office.
As long as the iPhone has a connection and enough data available in its contract, it is possible to connect from anywhere using the iPhone as an access point go to Settings> Personal hotspot.
The introduction of 5G support on the iPhone 12 means that if you are in an area that supports 5G, sometimes you can enjoy faster internet access via your smartphone than in a busy office.
What device or tool would you add to the list?