Viewing Microsoft BI on Apple iPad Devices (SharePoint Server 2010 update)

A new feature in the SharePoint 2010 Cumulative Update 2011-12 (CU 2011-12) enables users to access PerformancePoint scorecards, analytic charts and grids, and  Excel Services reports on Apple ipad devices with the iOS 5 Safari browser installed.

Read more about this new capability and some tips on how to optimise your PerformancePoint scorecards, analytic charts and grids for display on an iPad here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh697482.aspx

Following is the current status of which visualisation components can be viewed on an iPad.

Items Viewable on iPad?
Business Intelligence Center sites (including the PerformancePoint Services site)
Yes
However, users will be unable to open PerformancePoint Dashboard Designer from the PerformancePoint Services site.
Dashboards that contain filters and linked items
Yes
Excel Services Reports (these include PivotChart reports, PivotTable reports, named items, and workbooks that are displayed in PerformancePoint Web Parts or in Excel Web Access Web Parts)
Yes
Reporting Services Reports (these include reports that are displayed in PerformancePoint Web Parts or in Report Viewer Web Parts)
No *
PerformancePoint Scorecards
Yes
PerformancePoint KPI Details Reports
Yes
PerformancePoint Analytic Charts and Grids
Yes
PerformancePoint Strategy Maps
No
Web Page Reports (these include Web sites that are displayed in PerformancePoint Web Parts)
Yes
ProClarity Analytics Server Page Reports (these include ProClarity Server reports that are displayed in PerformancePoint Web Parts)
No
Decomposition Trees that are opened from values in PerformancePoint scorecards and analytic reports that use SQL Server Analysis Services data
No

* N.B. There are a couple of free third-party solutions to enable Reporting Services Reports to be available on iOS