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Dell has released software that allows users to control their iPhones

Dell integrates with Apple’s iPhone in the hope of selling more laptops.

The Texas-based computer maker is set to release software that allows iOS users to mirror the screen of their smartphone and synchronize data to the PC.

Users can receive notifications, reply to text messages and save images via Windows using Dell’s Mobile Connect.

The software is set to be launched in the coming months and will have similar functionality to what Android users received in 2018, Bloomberg reported.

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Dell integrates with Apple's iPhone in the hope of selling more laptops. The Texas-based computer maker is set to release software that allows iOS users to mirror the screen of their iPhone and synchronize data to the PC

Dell integrates with Apple’s iPhone in the hope of selling more laptops. The Texas-based computer maker is set to release software that allows iOS users to mirror the screen of their iPhone and synchronize data to the PC

Dell’s Mobile Connect is the glue that holds the devices together because it provides seamless wireless integration between smartphones and PCs, allowing users to make calls, send text messages and receive notifications on your PC.

The company notes on its official page that, although ‘previously only available on Android phones, you can now transfer files and communicate with your favorite mobile apps directly from your PC screen with iOS devices (coming spring 2020). “

The idea is to let users focus on one screen, because they can integrate their smartphone screen on their laptop.

While they only use the laptop, consumers still receive notifications for phone calls, text messages, chat messages and all other third-party apps – you can determine which apps you want to receive notifications from.

Users can receive notifications, reply to text messages and save images via Windows using Dell's Mobile Connect

Users can receive notifications, reply to text messages and save images via Windows using Dell's Mobile Connect

Users can receive notifications, reply to text messages and save images via Windows using Dell’s Mobile Connect

The idea is to let users focus on one screen, because they can integrate their smartphone screen on their laptop

The idea is to let users focus on one screen, because they can integrate their smartphone screen on their laptop

The idea is to let users focus on one screen, because they can integrate their smartphone screen on their laptop

Dell revealed that more than 150 million calls and text messages were sent via the software, half of which were via Apple devices.

It is not clear whether these features were developed in collaboration with Apple or whether Dell created its solution using alternative methods such as the AirServer, which converts other devices into AirPlay receivers.

However, the integration fits into a study that considers it impossible to pay attention to more than one electronic device at a time.

When volunteers were placed in a room with a computer and TV for half an hour, their attention changed between the two almost every 14 seconds.

Teens changed their attention the most, switching on average 120 times in 27.5 minutes, with the over-40s making 100 switches.

Marketing professor Adam Brasel of Boston College, Massachusetts, said: “We used advanced cameras to track where research subjects were looking for insight into the physical requirements and probable disruption caused by switching between television and the computer.

“We thought it would be high, but the frequency of switching and the amount of distraction that was going on was really shocking.”

While they only use the laptop, consumers still receive notifications for phone calls, text messages, chat messages and all other third-party apps. The integration is in line with a study that shows that it is impossible to pay attention to more than one electronic device at a time

While they only use the laptop, consumers still receive notifications for phone calls, text messages, chat messages and all other third-party apps. The integration is in line with a study that shows that it is impossible to pay attention to more than one electronic device at a time

While they only use the laptop, consumers still receive notifications for phone calls, text messages, chat messages and all other third-party apps. The integration is in line with a study that shows that it is impossible to pay attention to more than one electronic device at a time

‘Moreover, the test subjects were not even aware of their own actions. On average, study participants thought they had looked back and forth between the two devices about 15 times per half hour. “

“In reality, they looked almost ten times as often. And even if quick “glances” are removed from the equation for less than 1.5 seconds, people still switch over 70 times per half hour. “

“What we’ve found is that when people try to pay attention to multiple media at the same time, they switch back and forth at an amazing speed.”

‘We don’t even know what we do in multimedia environments. Study participants who thought they only watched the computer during TV commercials, or said they thought they were watching TV while web pages were loading, were actually behaving very differently. “

“It is clear that the rules we have developed for mono-media culture no longer need to update our assumptions about how people use media. The era of the monomedia environment is over. “

The average glance lasted less than two seconds for television and less than six seconds for the computer, the study found.

It was rare for someone to look at both screens for more than a minute.

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