While Apple mostly pitches its new iPhones with a consumer audience in mind, many advances often find their way into business usage due to the prevalence of the device in the workforce. That may end up being nowhere more true than with the iPhone X, Apple's redesigned new iPhone model for the 10th anniversary of the smartphone. Apple's advancements in areas such as display and performance are among the iPhone X features that productivity-oriented users should appreciate, once the device comes out Nov. 3 (starting price: $999). "My goal is to be able to run my business no matter where I am, from my smartphone," said Mike Hadley, CEO of Boston-based Apple partner iCorps Technologies, who said he plans to order an iPhone X as soon as it's available. "Apple is making good strides toward doing that -- they just need to integrate better with companies like Microsoft."
In the following slides, the CRN Test Center has rounded up five business-friendly features and specs for the Apple iPhone X.