Video conferencing is becoming an attractive tool for businesses for a number of reasons: reducing travel costs, accommodating remote workers and even simplifying the hiring process. As our recent mobile study concluded, however, video conferencing may be the much-needed solution to engaging the growing volume of mobile meeting attendees. As mobile and video collide, we couldn’t help but wonder how this week’s new iPhone announcement could impact the future of conferencing.
Plus-sized smartphone screens still no match for tablets for video conferencing
Despite Apple’s recent release of the highly anticipated, larger iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, their viability for video conferencing is debatable. While video conferencing is certainly developing a strong mobile component, this has been and will likely continue to be heavily concentrated around tablet users.