Absolutely. This is an important feature of the Superscreen. It 'runs' with your phone so you don't need to upgrade your Superscreen. Everytime you upgrade your phone, or even just update apps on your phone, your Superscreen changes with the phone, therefore not requiring a new Superscreen. It's built as a no 'cost of ownership' device, unlike smartphones.
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- What are the limitations of Superscreen with my iPhone (iOS platform)?
- Can I use my existing Superscreen when I upgrade to a new phone? Even if that new phone is of a different OS, like changing from iOS to Android or vice versa?
- Can I split screen my Superscreen to run and view multiple apps at the same time?
- Can I load apps on Superscreen?
- How do I secure my information if my Superscreen is stolen?
- How does my Superscreen identify my phone?
- How is the data transfer secured?
- Superscreen vs. SideSync and other syncing apps
- Superscreen vs. Screen mirroring/casting technology
- Superscreen vs. iPad or other Tablets