Just like every Apple product, the Apple Watch has been on everyone’s “Wish List.” And with good reason, there are a lot of benefits more than some glitzy wrist-wear.
Per Tech Radar “The iPhone 5-and-up-compatible smartwatch comes in 38 flavors, with different case materials, colors, sizes and interchangeable Apple Watch bands. None are inexpensive.”
Not inexpensive indeed! The price point for the Apple watch starts around $350 and soars all the way up to $17,000! But the price point is relative to the benefits. The Apple Watch update also features Wi-Fi connectivity, new watch faces with different customizable options, better Siri capabilities, email replies and even Transit directions courtesy of iOS 9 (Tech Radar). If your employees are tired of scrambling for their phones, this wrist technology will probably benefit them. Plus, they’ll probably feel like a modern-day James Bond, which is not a bad trade-off. 🙂
So what are the wireless benefits of an Apple Watch? Employees won’t have missed calls or texts anymore; their Watch will ping to inform them of an incoming contact. A big drawback for companies though is that this could be another source of data-sucking which can increase your company’s cell phone bill, so proceed with caution.
Apple Watches will certainly have an interesting impact on the business interactions. Even more so, they will have a BIG impact on your cell phone bill. If you have questions about saving your company money through the auditing, optimizing, or managing of your wireless services, please click here to contact The Bill Police.
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