updated 03:40 pm EDT, Fri October 7, 2011
Athena to offer iOS 5 support at launch
PowerbookMedic has launched two new Macbook Air display repair services, while Odyssey Software has announced that its Athena software will support iOS 5 at launch
PowerbookMedic has launched two new display repair services for 2010 Macbook Air models. The new services include a display conversion that allows users to switch from a glossy to a matte display, as well as a general repair service. Prices range from $130 up to $380 depending on the screen size, repair options, and whether the customer sends in the entire Macbook Air or just the display clamshell. Along with the repair service PowerbookMedic also provides customers with a one year warranty.
Odyssey Software to support iOS 5 at launch
Odyssey Software has announced that its mobile device management software, Athena, will offer support for iOS 5 when it launches on October 12th. Athena monitors enterprise iOS devices and provides users with a Mobile Library that contains all of a company's resources including applications, files, videos, links, and more. Through device management extensions administrates can also specify and invoke a set of iOS policies directly from the Configuration Manager console.