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At Sync, we’ve been helping businesses across the UK for over 30 years – no matter their size – to get more out of their technology. For small businesses, getting the right devices in the hands of staff is essential in order to stay ahead of the curve.

Maximise the effort that you put into your organisation, and empower employees with the tools to not only get work done – but to also maximise their productivity. Apple devices can emphasise the work employees put in, and deliver results they can be proud of.

From saving time and money, to streamlining communication in your workplace, Apple technology helps move your businesses forward – encouraging growth every step of the way. At Sync, we want to help your business realise the right device to steer your team closer to your goals.

Why scaling businesses choose Apple

We’re aware that not all businesses start off in the same place. That’s why it’s important to take the time to understand each business on an individual level. We do this by considering company workflows. We’ll discuss what it is that you want to achieve with your business, and what steps you’re taking towards those goals right now.

Bringing Apple technology in to your organisation can help you staff thrive; enhancing workflows and improving productivity. There are now more tools than ever before to help support your organisation, from iCloud to AppleCare+. And at Sync, we offer a range of solutions to suit every business.

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Unified Hardware & Software

Apple hardware and software work seamlessly together,
helping your business to leverage the full power of
macOS, iPadOS, and iOS.

Core services

Apple Ecosystem

Apple devices are part of a powerful
ecosystem, which includes apps, cloud
services, and collaboration tools.

Training

Low cost of ownership

With built-in productivity & creativity suites,
and a host of security features, Apple devices help
your business to save on additional licence costs.

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Productivity & Creativity

When it comes to getting the most out of the working day, Apple has you covered. Alongside the over 235,000 business apps available, programmes such as Microsoft 365 are available on iPad, iPhone and Mac. This means that even those who are more accustomed to other devices are able to easily acclimatise to Apple. 

Apple devices work together, creating the ultimate tech estate for your team to work with and build upon. Use AirDrop to share files with the touch of a button, or integrate Sidecar into your workflows to maximise your workspace. The possibilities for businesses are endless with Apple devices at their fingertips.

These include: Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iMovie, GarageBand, and so many more… Everything you could need to unleash your creativity and keep your team moving throughout the day.

iCloud & iCloud+

When you purchase an iPad, iPhone, or Mac, you are invited to create a free iCloud account. Your iCloud account gives you a central cloud hub, storing and syncing your data, including email, contacts, calendars, and even documents. Using the collaboration tools in Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, you can also collaborate with colleagues and customers on documents and proposals.

With iCloud+, businesses can benefit from features such as custom email domains and private relay, all from just £0.79 a month!* These features include:

Custom Email Domain: personalise your iCloud Mail email address with a custom domain name. You can invite your family members to use the same domain with their iCloud Mail accounts.

iCloud Private Relay: Private Relay (beta) is an internet privacy service that hides your IP address in Safari and protects your unencrypted traffic. When it is on, you can browse the web in a more secure and private way.

Hide My Email: create unique, random email addresses that forward to your personal inbox so you can receive email without having to share your personal email address.

HomeKit Secure Video: connect your home security cameras in the Home app to record your footage and view it from anywhere, while keeping it private and secure.

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AppleCare+

With AppleCare+ you’ll get the best support, whenever you need it. From set-up, to repairs, to software troubleshooting. Because Apple makes the hardware, the operating system, and many applications, Apple products are truly integrated systems.

And only AppleCare products give you one-stop service and support from Apple experts, so most issues can be resolved in a single call.

Think of AppleCare as the IT department for small businesses that don’t have an IT department.

You don’t need to be a big business to need big help from time to time. AppleCare+ helps keep your small business running smoothly with Apple-certified service, 24/7 priority access to technical support, coverage for up to two incidents of accidental damage, and battery service coverage.

Help isn’t on the way — it’s already here⁺.

Choosing the right device for your business

MacBook Air with M1

MacBook Air

The latest MacBook Air features a stunning Retina display with True Tone technology, a backlit Magic Keyboard and Touch ID. Now with the incredibly powerful Apple M1 chip.

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Apple MacBook Pro 16"

MacBook Pro

MacBook Pro elevates the notebook to a whole new level of performance and portability. Available in 13-inch, 14 or 16-inch with Apple M1.
 

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iMac

iMac

iMac now comes packed with the latest processors, faster memory, powerful graphics and ultra-fast SSD storage. Available in 24-inch with M1, or 27-inch models with Intel.
 

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iPad Pro

iPad Pro

With the mind-blowing Apple M1 chip, blazing-fast 5G⁵ and 11-inch Liquid Retina display⁶. Run your business from anywhere.

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iPad 9th Generation

iPad

With a gorgeous 10.2-inch Retina display, A13 Bionic chip, advanced cameras and all-day battery life on iPad¹, you can run your small business from anywhere.

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iPad mini

With the A15 Bionic chip, it easily runs built-in productivity apps and popular business apps like Microsoft 365, Google G Suite and QuickBooks.

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Small Business Resources

A series of insight articles to help inform and advice new businesses, with topics ranging from planning, leadership and finance.

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10 Key Questions to Ask Yourself Before Creating a New Business

Well done – you’ve finally taken that giant leap forward by deciding to build your own business. However, bear in mind that there’s no such thing as zero risk when setting up your project. Despite all your good intentions and hard work, you need to assess the risks you’re taking on.

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Financial Models for Your New Business: 10 Solutions

Having an initial financing plan for your new small business will show that you’ve got the starting capital you need. This will pay for the expenses (often significant) that are part of launching your project. Consider your new business as an investment.

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Even more reasons to choose Apple…

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App Store

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Compatibility

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Security

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AR

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Accessibility

App Store

The App Store has just about everything you could possibly need to help your small business be more productive, creative and collaborative, no matter which Apple device you or your employees are working on.

Whether you’re looking for the latest ways to check inventory, schedule staff or connect with customers, there’s an app on the App Store for that.

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Compatibility

With out-of-the box compatibility for business standards like Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace; as well as integrations for cloud services like Dropbox, One Drive or Box; Apple empowers your employees, wherever they are.

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Security

Following the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018, businesses have had to become increasingly aware of how their data is secured. This includes centralised data (such as cloud), data in transit (e.g. email), and local data – stored on laptops, desktops, phones, and other devices.

Apple provides hardware and system security, with tools like XProtect on macOS for malware detection, GateKeeper, sandboxing, app security, options for encryption, and a huge range of security and privacy tools

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Augmented Reality

Using Apple’s Reality Composer app, your business can bring projects to life – creating new and engaging AR experiences. Getting started with AR Composer is quick and easy, with a range of templates, resources, and guides available to help you get started developing for iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

With Reality Composer, your team can access a huge library containing hundreds of ready-to-use virtual objects, as well as being able to import their own USDZ files for custom-built objects.

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Accessibility built-in

With a wide range of tools built-in to all Apple products, you can fully personalise your Apple device straight out of the box! The built-in accessibility features are broken down in to a series of categories, including: vision, physical and motor, hearing, and more.

Above and beyond the built-in tools, you can also customise your device with a huge range of apps and accessories are available to help you personalise your experience further, including: switches, braille displays, and AAC reader apps.

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Speak to a specialist today…

Get in touch with our business team about the right solution for your institution.
0161 605 3838 | business@wearesync.co.uk

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*Not all features are available in all countries or regions. iCloud Private Relay and Hide My Email require a device with iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey 12 or later. For more information, see the Apple Support article System requirements for iCloud.


1. Battery life varies by use and configuration. See www.apple.com/uk/batteries for more information.
2. The displays on the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro have rounded corners at the top. When measured as a standard rectangular shape, the screens are 14.2 inches and 16.2 inches diagonally (actual viewable area is less).