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Apple doubles down on selling iStuff to the enterprise with new SAP deal

Apple is increasingly looking to big business as a source of new device sales growth, especially iPads. The company announced today that it will begin developing iOS apps for business with SAP developers and customers. Apple already has a similar arrangement with IBM. 

Apple is increasingly looking to big business as a source of new device sales growth, especially iPads. The company announced today that it will begin developing iOS apps for business with SAP developers and customers. Apple already has a similar arrangement with IBM. 

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