Trending December 2023 # Jamf Pro 10 Coming W/ All # Suggested January 2024 # Top 15 Popular

You are reading the article Jamf Pro 10 Coming W/ All updated in December 2023 on the website We hope that the information we have shared is helpful to you. If you find the content interesting and meaningful, please share it with your friends and continue to follow and support us for the latest updates. Suggested January 2024 Jamf Pro 10 Coming W/ All

Jamf Nation User Conference kicks off today where Jamf is announcing several new updates including Jamf Pro 10 general availability, a new Marketplace and Developer Program for integrating with Jamf, and two additional regional cloud locations. Jamf is also announcing a new partnerships with Microsoft and eSpark for Mac and iPad deployment.

Jamf Pro 10

Jamf Pro 10, which brings a restyled user interface and has been in beta testing, will be available for all users starting next week on October 31. Here’s an overview of what the latest update delivers:

A new interface: Jamf Pro has a new look and features that make it easier for new users get started and be productive. Driven from extensive user feedback and testing, Jamf Pro 10 is equipped with breadcrumbs, collapsible navigation and context-aware warnings so IT administrators know what to do next and why. In addition, new dashboards are report-ready, so users can easily keep stakeholders apprised and their environments in compliance.

Improved patch management: Jamf Pro 10 gives IT administrators automatic visibility into which devices are eligible for each patch and purpose-built patch policies to help automate the scoping and delivery of software patches.

Customizable app catalog: Jamf Self Service is now completely customizable. Organizations can brand it with their own logo, banner or doc icon, creating a seamless experience for end users to conduct Mac updates, app installs, or get the resources they need to do their jobs.

Jamf is also unveiling a new Marketplace and Developer Program to showcase new integrations with its solutions:

The Marketplace is designed to serve as a central location for prospects and customers to find, learn about and utilize valuable tools to integrate with and extend the Jamf platform. To make it easy for organizations to integrate Jamf within their environment, Jamf also announced the Jamf Developer Program. Accessible through a portal, developers now have a single location to access Jamf’s API, webhooks and other resources to integrate with Jamf Pro.

The firm will also open two new regional cloud locations starting today. These are located in Tokyo and Sydney to “offer Jamf’s global customer base enhanced performance as well as greater flexibility, control and security to successfully manage their Apple devices.”

Jamf + Microsoft

Jamf and Microsoft have a new Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) Partnership intended to encourage Mac adoption in the enterprise.

Together, Jamf and EMS prevent an authorized user from using a personal Mac, an unmanaged Mac or a managed corporate Mac that is not compliant with security policies and therefore is more vulnerable to security threats. Jamf and EMS address this by requiring the user to register devices they want to use to access applications connected to Azure AD, including Office 365.

Jamf says this solution will be available later this year, and a public beta will be available for organizations to test.

eSpark & Education

Lastly, Jamf is announcing that eSpark has selected it as the exclusive Mobile Device Management partner for integrating Apple technology into K-12 classrooms.

Jamf Pro and eSpark deliver a transformative iPad experience in any environment. By enrolling iPad devices with Jamf Pro, high quality apps curated by eSpark are automatically distributed without teacher or IT interaction to individual students based on assessment data. This allows districts to leverage existing test data to target the area of greatest need for each student in reading and math. Students then progress through the interactive content, mastering concepts and creative challenges at their own individual pace. App licenses are easy to manage because apps are automatically installed, revoked and reused wirelessly according to student needs, preserving IT time, device space and app budgets.

You can learn more about the newly announced partnership here and stay tuned for more Jamf Nation User Conference coverage.

Subscribe to 9to5Mac on YouTube for more Apple news:

FTC: We use income earning auto affiliate links. More.

You're reading Jamf Pro 10 Coming W/ All

Iphone Periscope Lens Coming To Both Pro Models In 2024

We’re expecting a big boost to the telephoto capabilities of this year’s flagship iPhone, as a periscope lens comes to the iPhone 15 Pro Max. This is expected to offer somewhere in the range of 5x to 10x optical zoom, compared to the maximum 3x zoom of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.

All the reports say that the new feature will be exclusive to the top-tier model (which may switch branding from Pro Max to Ultra), but a new supply chain report says that’s set to change next year …


We’ve previously explained what a periscope lens is, and what it means. If you’re already up to speed with this, skip on down.

At its simplest, a zoom lens requires three elements: front, middle, and rear. The front and rear elements can be fixed, while the middle element moves between them. (In practice, most lenses have additional elements to help correct distortion.)

The problem with zoom lenses is that the front and rear elements need to be a certain distance apart. In general, the higher the zoom factor, the greater this distance needs to be.

This is a problem when you want to have a high optical zoom within a very slim device like an iPhone. Apple partly gets around this with the infamous camera bump, which sees the lenses stick out beyond the rear casing, but this isn’t an ideal solution.

You may not be familiar with periscopes unless you’re a submarine fan, or old enough to have had one as a childhood toy. Essentially it’s a tube with two 45-degree lenses mounted at either end of them. You look into one end and can see an image reflected from the other end.

A periscope lens uses the same principle, but with just a single mirror, to bend the light 90 degrees. This means that, instead of needing an even bigger camera bump, the length of lens required sits at a 90-degree angle within the iPhone casing. Here you can see a conventional lens left, and a periscope lens right:

iPhone periscope lens plans

An iPhone periscope lens has been expected for some time, with reports dating back to at least 2023. Subsequent reports suggested that 2023 would be the year, though it was initially unclear which model(s) would get it. Some reports suggested it was coming to both Pro models, while later ones – including Kuo – said that it will be limited to the iPhone 15 Pro Max/Ultra.

A new report from The Elec echoes this, stating that two Korean companies have the contracts to supply components for these – specifically, the “actuator” mechanism for moving the zoom element within the lens.

The folded zoom actuator for the iPhone 15 series, which will be released by Apple in the second half of this year, will be supplied by two domestic companies, LG Ennotek and Zhwa Electronics […] Apple will be applying a folded zoom for the first time this year for the top model of the iPhone 15 series.

The report goes on to say that the periscope lens is expected to come to both Pro models next year.

Apple is reportedly planning to apply one (Promax) for the iPhone 15 series this year and two (Pro) for the iPhone 16 series next year.

5x or 10x zoom?

There have been conflicting reports about how much zoom capability will be provided by the iPhone periscope lens, with some suggesting 5x zoom while others suggest 10x. (Even more than this would be technically possible, but there are trade-offs between reach and distortion, and Apple is likely to opt for quality over quantity.)

Personally, I think Apple will want to make a big deal over the feature, so 10x optical zoom seems more likely, as this is achievable without too much compromise.

Business Insider showed a good example of what this range looks like, from 1x on the left to 10x on the right:

Photo: Faizan Ali/Unsplash

FTC: We use income earning auto affiliate links. More.

Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review

Anyone who has been reading GizChina for some time will know that once I’ve fallen for a phone I just continue to use it no matter what else launches. Eventually, I do move to a new device, but that new phone needs to be something special to get me to switch.

A few weeks ago Huawei sent over the flagship Mate 10 Pro for me to review, it’s a great phone with stunning photography features, amazing battery life and a quality look and feel, but is it all enough?

Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review – Design

We’re at the peak of phone design and while that might sound exciting it actually isn’t really. Don’t get me wrong, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro is a good looking phone and is made of some of the best materials around and to a standard other phone makers could only dream of, but it’s hardly a unique looking phone is it.

In addition to the rear fingerprint scanner, the glossy rear of the phone is home to dual Leica cameras, LED flash and laser focus module. Those components are highlighted on the rear of the phone and sit on a slightly lighter colored band to the rest of the phone.

The highly polished finish continues on to the metal frame of the Huawei Mate 10 Pro making up the smooth chassis where a power button, volume control, SIM tray, IR remote and USB Type C plug are all found. You keen-eyed readers will have noticed that I missed the 3.5mm headphone jack. Well, that’s because there isn’t one on the Mate 10 Pro. What you do get though are some of Huawei’s own Type C in-ear headphones (they’re rather good too!).

Huawei has made sure that the Mate 10 Pro looks and feels premium while ensuring that the all screen phone is comfortable to hold, and they’ve succeeded, but be warned that the glossy finish is susceptible to attracting fingerprints and greasy marks, and the smooth finish means that losing your grip or your phone sliding off a table is more likely to happen. Within the first hour of owning the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, I’d already managed to lose grip and it also managed to slide off a table, luckily both times I was able to catch the phone before it hit the ground.

Not that I would be all that concerned if the phone had hit the ground as I’m confident that the high-quality nature of the phone would ensure it survived. Using the Mate 10 Pro after using the OnePlus 5 as my personal phone for months is a revelation, the Huawei is leagues ahead in material and finish.

Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review – Hardware

Huawei has built a phone that looks and feels like a flagship, and the specs follow this trend.

A 6-inch display in a phone measuring 154.2 x 74.5 x 7.9mm would have been a feat of magic this time last year, but with phone makers going for “full-display” (Huawei call it FullView Display) many smartphones are leveling up in screen size. Huawei has also pushed up the resolution with a 2160 x 1080 OLED display offering a pixel density of 402ppi.

Using a phone with 18:9 display might not sound like much of an upgrade over a standard phone, but you just try to use a 2023 flagship for a few days then move back to your regular screen phone. Chances are that old phone will feel just that, old!

Another nod to this phones flagship intentions is the Huawei Kirin 970 chipset. This is a self-developed octa-core CPU made up of 4 x Cortex A73 2.36GHz + 4 x Cortex A53 1.8GHz cores. The GPU is a Mali-G72 MP12 GP. It’s all good stuff and ensures that Huawei’s Android 8.0 based EMUI runs buttery smooth in every situation.

Speaking of EMUI, from my time using the phone I can say that Huawei has done a great job of creating a super stable ROM with some very nice features. The Mate 10 Pro comes with a ‘tips’ app that teaches you some of the neat gestures that EMUI supports, my favorite being a knuckle tap to capture a screenshot. EMUI also has a killer camera app, but I’ll tell you more about that below.

While I’ve enjoyed EMUI I do find that sometimes I get a notification dot (on an app icon or in the settings) but I’m unsure as to what I’m being notified too.

Again, only last year a sub 8mm phone with 4000mAh battery would be a pretty rare sight but Huawei has managed this with the Mate 10 Pro. The battery is enough to give the Mate 10 Pro a full 2 days of battery life on a single charge and thanks to the fast charge feature can be topped up in no time at all.

While the battery life is very impressive I’m still not sure if this is due to the fact Huawei has made a great job of optimisation or if it has something to do with the data connection. Like all modern Android phones, the Mate 10 Pro is an LTE smartphone, but it also has the worst signal strength of any phone I have ever owned! Compared to any other phone I have tested the Mate 10 Pro is the only phone that has ever left me with no signal what-so-ever in areas where I usually have full bars. On the other hand, the WIFI signal is very good and while I’m not usually able to receive WIFI in my bedroom the Mate 10 Pro manages too just grab the backend of the signal.

Gizchina News of the week

Join GizChina on Telegram

WIFI phone calls are supported on the Mate 10 Pro too, but I found the quality to be patchy when testing this out, but this could have been down to our office WIFI. Another feature that Huawei has built in is a WIFI assistant that is meant to be smart enough to help you switch between networks or even between WIFI and DATA on the fly. Due to the poor LTE (and 3G and 2G) performance of the Mate 10, I ended up turning this feature off.

Beneath the dual Leica rear cameras is a fingerprint scanner. There’s not much to say about this other than it is fast and accurate.

If you check out the photos of the Mate 10 Pro you’ll see that Huawei has added a built-in IR remote but there is no 3.5mm headphone jack. Instead, you have to use the USB Type C plug in the base along with the supplied USB Type C headphones. And for those of you wondering, audio is amazing!

Other notable features include NFC, dual SIM support and options for either 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM or 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM.

Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review – Camera

IF you’re looking at the Huawei Mate 10 Pro as your next phone then the chances are you are drawn to this phone for the stunning camera specifications.

Huawei has teamed up with Leica once again on the Mate 10 Pro with the main cameras being a 20-megapixel monochrome sensor with secondary 12-megapixel RGB sensor both with F1.6 apertures.

Other phone brands might leave the camera specs there and call it good, but Huawei has taken the cameras to the next level with OIS, PDAF, Laser focus and Depth Auto Focus! The dual cameras will let you take native black and white photos (a feature I’ve played with very little) and also gives the phone 2 x optical zoom.

The front camera is a fixed focus F2.0 8 megapixel sensor. I prefer the fact that the rear camera is the main focus of the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, other phone makers have been adding better front sensors to their devices but I’ve found performance to be lacking. Huawei has got it the right way around with both the front and rear cameras offering great performance in all situations.

In addition to the hardware, the Mate 10 Pro also has a feature-packed camera application that uses AI to assist you to take the perfect shot.

In auto mode, the Mate 10 Pro will use its dedicated AI chip to determine what you’re about to shoot and adjust the settings to suit. Pointing the Mate 10 Pro at flowers means the camera app switches to a ‘nature’ setting and shows a small leaf icon. Point the camera at food and the setting switch automatically to food mode. Other modes include pet, person, text and night. If the app doesn’t recognize the subject no icon will show and you’ll be shooting in a regular auto mode.

You can trick the AI, for example, a stuffed toy shows up as a pet, and photos of food will also get the food setting to show up. I’ve still not been able to get the pet setting to show when taking photos of my brother though, but I continue to try.

As for performance, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro is the best camera phone I have ever used! The photos are simply stunning in all situations and the amount of detail the camera picks up is truly unbelievable. Check out some photos samples below.

Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review – Photo Gallery What I love about the Huawei Mate 10 Pro

The dual Leica camera, F1.6 aperture and clever camera AI are incredible!

Battery life is a solid 2 days of heavy use.

Audio is sublime.

What I don’t like about the Huawei Mate 10 Pro

Data connectivity is dreadful.

Smart WIFI/Data switching isn’t all that smart.

Odd notifications that don’t seem to notify me of anything.

Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review – Conclusion

Huawei has made a top of the line phone that boasts features that everyone will love and appreciate. The cameras are incredible and for the first time, I feel that a phone is getting to DSLR beating levels of performance. Battery life is surprisingly good too, although they did take out the 3.5mm headphone jack to get a larger battery in the phone.

What is annoying though is the very poor data connectivity. While a strong WIFI signal is much appreciated, the fact that I’m more surprised to have a signal rather than not is a very bad sign. There are times I simply cannot use my phone, and while the camera, audio, and screen are stunning, a phone isn’t all that much use if you can’t call anyone or connect to the web.

I’m hoping with all my heart that an update will pop up to resolve the poor data issue, but as of the time of writing that has yet to come.

Top 10 Worst Marketing Disasters Of All Time

There is a bit of a train wreck tendency in most marketers; we just love a good trash can fire.

Especially one that we didn’t create.

And most importantly — one that we don’t have to put out.

Of course, there is something to learn from every marketing mishap.

So without further ado, here are the top 10 worst marketing disasters of all time (and what we can learn from them).

1. Enron

It’s nearly impossible to talk about a far-reaching, industry-changing, regulation-altering scandal and not lead with Enron.

This disaster went beyond marketing; the overhype and lack of transparency helped deeply inflate the value of (and disguise the shady and illegal business practices of) one of the more criminal corporations in U.S. history.

Its CEOs and various leaders were tasked with improving its public image and keeping the company’s record clean for investors.

The scandal was so far-reaching that it left over 10,000 working Americans out of their pension and collapsed one of the biggest accounting and consulting firms in the country as collateral damage.

Many books have been written about this once-giant and its downfall, and it’s a great case study for end-to-end crisis learnings.

TL;DR: Leaders must be accountable for their actions.

Many of Enron’s top executives were even paid out their stock values (or sold with insider knowledge before the collapse) and were never criminally charged while their loyal team lost everything.

2. Fiat’s Love Letters to Women

Sending love letters to consumers? A little weird.

Sending them exclusively to women, anonymously, to imply someone is stalking them? A terrible idea.

Someone should have told Fiat before the company sponsored 50,000 letters sent to the homes of women across Spain doing exactly this.

And this should have gone without saying, but don’t send your customers direct mail saying you know where they live and imply you’re watching them.

3. BP CEO “Would Like His Life Back” After Explosion Kills Employees

After 11 people were killed in an oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico in a tragedy that caused the worst oil spill in US history, BP CEO Tony Hayward was quoted as saying he “would like his life back.”

As families mourned their loved ones and BP employees and volunteers struggled to manage the crisis, he also deemed it a “very modest spill.”

Gaffe after gaffe, Hayward couldn’t seem to put his personal pity party aside long enough to convey empathy for what had happened.

Needless to say, it created new outrage almost daily.

TL;DR: Crisis communications 101 is that loss of life supersedes any other messaging point in public statements. How you personally feel as a CEO in a situation like this generally doesn’t matter.

Express empathy and concern for the families, and never, ever put your own emotional state into the mix.

4. Kenneth Cole Egypt Civil Unrest Tweet

Sometimes tweets directly from the CEO add humanity and excitement into the marketing mix and offer a peek behind the scenes.

Other times they put an unfiltered leader into hot water.

Such was the case when Kenneth Cole attempted to capitalize on civil unrest by using a crisis to promote his brand’s spring collection.

Using protests and human indignity to sell products is distasteful and sure to incite anger among existing consumers, media, and prospects.

TL;DR: Don’t use political unrest and social injustice as a chance for product promotion (see also Kendall Jenner in her 2023 Pepsi campaign).

5. Justine Sacco and Her Infamous Tweet

A cautionary communications lesson for anyone tweeting in the internet age, and maybe the first (temporary) casualty of cancel culture.

Though she was working in the PR industry in her greatest role to date, Justine Sacco infamously tweeted, “Hope I don’t get AIDS. Just kidding! I’m white.” moments before wheels up on a plane during a family vacation.

She landed hours later to find the internet aflame in disgust.

TLDR: Tweet with consideration. The internet has a short attention span but a long public record. Sacco is not the first or last person whose old tweets continue to haunt them.

6. Apple’s Mandatory U2 Album Download

Did you have an iPhone in 2014? Then this is probably all coming back to you.

One morning, we all woke up to the new U2 album on our iTunes account despite never having expressed interest or opting in.

It felt invasive, and the internet was upset (and a little affronted that Apple thinks we all like U2).

Apple eventually set up a separate website to be able to delete it from devices that had the download, but the damage had been done.

TL;DR: Never auto-opt in your customers to a product download they didn’t sign up for, and it’s generally against the terms of service on most platforms.

500 million copies of the album published onto devices, and the company had lost a lot of goodwill and created frustration for loyal customers.

7. DiGiorno’s Tone-Deaf Tweets About Domestic Violence

Twitter can be a wonderful tool for building community and conversation on important issues. It can also leave brands with a sense of FOMO and well-intentioned urgency to take part in new trends.

#WhyIStayed was a movement on Twitter for victims of domestic violence to raise awareness of factors that kept them in an abusive and dangerous relationship. It was trending in the wake of Ray Rice’s brutal attack on his then-fiancee, and to share hope for others going through similar circumstances.

So needless to say, DiGiorno’s tweet: “#WhyIStayed You had pizza” did not go over well.

TL;DR: Always research a hashtag before you try to hijack a trend. And if you’ve found yourself in the wrong, try and make it right quickly.

8. Bud Light Is “Up For Whatever”

No means no. Unless you’re Bud Light.

The beer behemoth ran its second “Up For Whatever” campaign with (what were supposed to be) upbeat positive phrases. One such phrase, however, caught the wrong kind of attention:

“The perfect beer for removing ‘no’ from your vocabulary for the night.”

Accused of promoting rape culture and ignoring glaring issues of consent, Bud Light ceased production on its campaign bottles.

TL;DR: Assess campaign messaging in the light of the current cultural environment.

It’s also worth getting a set of eyes on messaging outside of the team that created it. And this should go without saying, but if it could be construed as rapey, just pick another slogan.

9. WOW Air Strands Passengers

When WOW Air (a former Icelandic Airline operating out of Reykjavik) declared bankruptcy, customers and employees were left out in the cold.

In fact, 10,000 of them were sitting in terminals worldwide waiting for flights that would never take off. Also, just minutes before shutting down operations, the airline was still selling tickets for future fares.

Gate agents, passengers, the operations team, and aircrew all received notice simultaneously that a planned buyout was no longer happening. The airline ceased operations effective immediately.

TL;DR: Do right by your customers and your team.

WOW Air knew more than a day ahead that the money wasn’t going to come in. Instead of alerting their team and customers who were already in transit, they maintained silence until the company collapsed around them.

Their competition, however, used it as a relationship-building opportunity to offer free or heavily discounted repatriation fares and build goodwill in the process.

10. Adidas and the Boston Marathon

An email subject line gone awry in the wake of the 2023 Boston Marathon landed Adidas in hot water.

With the 2013 event marked by tragedy, an oversight on Adidas’ post-run sponsor email congratulated many runners on their “survival.”

Accidental? Of course.

Shocking, crisis-inducing, and gut-wrenching for those who lost friends and family in the event years before? Definitely.

TL;DR: After a major tragic event — especially one involving harm or death — gut-check your marketing. If the event was once tied to loss of life, approach with even more sensitivity.


Marketing is no easy task. There is a fine line between catching a trend, showing brand humor, and crossing the line into poor taste and consumer outrage.

Be sure to:

Research trends before attempting to associate your brand with them.

Know how a message could be misconstrued.

Re-read your spokesperson speeches and media train your leaders.

Never use human tragedy for marketing and you’ll be in better shape than the 10 brands listed here.

More Resources:

Optimize Your Firefox Address (Location) Bar For Search W/ Omnibar

We have had quite a few searching tools reviewed previously – but we can never have enough of them, can’t we?

So in this post I am sharing a new one that you can’t afford not to try.

Omnibar is the FireFox addon the main feature of which is actually combining the address bar and the search bar. Besides that, it also shows search and URL suggestions and has auto-complete option.

Switch between search engines

Besides that, you can use search engine identifiers (aka “smart keywords“) to switch between search engines:

For example, to search Constitution at Wikipedia you can use the following types of query (either as prefix or suffix):

@w Constitution

@wiki Constitution



Use wildcard (*)

Omnibar supports wildcard search – which is one of my favorite features.

For example, on Windows [c:Doc**App] should list the contents of “c:Documents and Settings[usernames]Application Data”

Whereas, [keyword *] will force to list all URLs from your browsing history and all search suggestions (powered by Google) that start with that keyword, e.g. [search *]:

Play with options

Via options you can set the number of suggestions shown and the style of suggestions:

Your choice?

With such a variety of search tools and hacks, it is not easy to find your way. However, with this one I have pretty good experience. I’ve installed it and have no plans to remove it so far – and this is a very good sign. Please try it and let me know your thoughts!

Mi Band 7 Pro Brings All The Goodies Mi Band 7 Was Missing



Xiaomi has launched the Mi Band 7 Pro with a square display.

Notable features include built-in GPS, NFC, 117 sports modes, an Always-on Display, and more.

Xiaomi’s Leica partnership finally came to fruition today in the form of the new Xiaomi 12S flagship phones. But that’s not all that the company announced at its China event. For the first time in its history, the Mi Band got a “Pro” variant unsurprisingly named the Mi Band 7 Pro.

At first look, the Mi Band 7 Pro resembles the Redmi Smart Band Pro that launched last year. It switches out the pill-shaped display of the Mi Band 7 in favor of a 1.64-inch square AMOLED screen with rounded corners. The band itself sports a traditional buckle mechanism, and Xiaomi offers several quick-switch color options apart from the plain black and white shades.

However, design is not the only upgrade you get. In fact, the Mi Band 7 Pro houses some crucial features that are missing from the standard model.

For one, the new tracker comes with a built-in GPS chip instead of a connected GPS. That means it can track your walks, runs, cycling routines, and more without you having to carry your phone in your pocket.

The Mi Band 7 Pro also features NFC from the get-go. Last year, Xiaomi released a revised version of the Mi Band 6 with NFC in some countries since the original global variant skipped the feature. It would make sense for the company to release the Mi Band 7 Pro globally instead of the Mi Band 7 NFC variant.

Speaking of more functions, the Mi Band 7 Pro gets an Always-on Display with plenty of watch face options, as is the case with the Mi Band 7. You also get an ambient light sensor for automatic brightness adjustment.

Xiaomi claims that the Mi Hand 7 Pro has a 12-day battery life, which can be used for six days in heavy mode. The band also has a 5ATM rating for water resistance.

Mi Band 7 health and fitness features


The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro has 117 sports modes, covering a wide range of outdoor and indoor sports. There are 10 unique running modes, including one that supervises heart rate and speed requirements.

Basic health tracking features also apply, including 24/7 heart-rate monitoring, all-day blood oxygen monitoring, Sleep monitoring, and more.

Mi Band 7 Pro price and availability


As expected, the Mi Band 7 Pro costs a tad more than the regular Mi Band 7. At 379 Yuan (~$56), it’s still an inexpensive fitness tracker, though.

It’ll be available in Joy Live Pink, Vitality Orange, Stretch Blue, Meditation Green, Night Leap Black, and Resting White colorways. These bands can also be purchased separately for 39 yuan (~$5). Additionally, there are two special edition Van Gogh Green and Monet Gray bands that cost 59 yuan (~$8) each.

There’s no word on the global availability of the Mi Band 7 Pro, but it may not be far off since Xiaomi launched the Mi Band 7 internationally within a month of its China launch. We’ll update this article when we know more about the international availability of the tracker.

Update the detailed information about Jamf Pro 10 Coming W/ All on the website. We hope the article's content will meet your needs, and we will regularly update the information to provide you with the fastest and most accurate information. Have a great day!