Sailpoint is one of the few makers of smart phones that can be used with the iPhone.
But its latest device is a lot more than just a phone.
The device, which was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress, features a new camera, NFC, and a new interface for navigating the device.
It’s also the first smart phone to have a touch screen, a full-fledged keyboard, a fingerprint reader, and more.
The company says the software update will roll out this week to the iPhone, Android, Windows, and Mac.
The new Sailpoint devices are also expected to feature improved camera features, including a new mode for panning shots.
The iPhone version of the new device also supports Bluetooth 4.0 wireless networking, a feature that lets you stream videos to your smartphone while still connecting to your Mac.
It will also be the first iPhone to support the Leap Motion technology, a motion-tracking camera that lets users point their smartphones in a 360-degree virtual world.
And there’s a new dock on the new devices that allows you to attach and detach accessories to them.
Sailpoint says it expects to have the new phone on the market by the end of the month, and says it will start shipping them in January.
(For more on this story, read “Sailpoint CEO: We’re not just another company, we’re an industry leader.”)
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