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Shirasaki

macrumors G3
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I just say that. WatchOS 6 is really Ramping up the game of pushing Apple Watch as an independent device.
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First ever time we can finally turn off Bluetooth from Apple Watch and access a ton of Accessibility settings used to be only available on iPhone Watch app. As well, looks like we can control privacy setting on Apple Watch. The only wish for me is watchOS can honour screen time restrictions setting and remove Siri menu entirely. The only part I love that I can further control how my iDevice works. (I am a very big fan of Group Policy in Windows)
 

Shirasaki

macrumors G3
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May 16, 2015
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Wow! That’s kind of extreme but I’m glad Apple allow you to do that.
As a huge fan of Group Policy, I feel bad apple does not allow us to control iOS device like those in the store for us average joes. I know MDM exist but office 365 one is still limited.