Releasing in September, iOS 11 promises split screen multi-tasking, better integration with Apple Pencil, and a new file management app, Files. All this new infrastructure and interface upgrades could cause problems for end users that rely on BlackBerry’s productivity suite.
BlackBerry promises zero day functionality across the board:
“We are making our entire portfolio ready at launch, as we continue to deliver true data security and productivity for iOS users both inside and outside the enterprise perimeter.”
This means that iOS users reliant on BlackBerry’s platform, security, and productivity can breathe a sigh of relief. BlackBerry has anticipated the end user’s needs and is there to meet you when you’re ready.
To ensure your device is ready for zero day launch, BlackBerry encourages you to update your apps and check that your IT department has updated BlackBerry UEM.
BlackBerry is ready for iOS 11… the only question now, is Apple?
If you’re an enterprise customer utilizing BlackBerry on your iPhone, let us know how iOS works for you in the comments below!