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iCloud, M7 and Context: WWDC paves way to iWatch

iCloud, M7 and Context: WWDC paves way to iWatch

WWDC 2014 is over, and while it may not have brought us new hardware, it did give iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite their official reveal, key software launches in Apple’s master plan. As is so often the case, though, the devil is in the details, and in among the developer sessions a picture of context, device ubiquity, and cross-platform identity gradually made itself clear; one which could have huge implications for Apple’s upcoming push into wearables.

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Mail Drop and iCloud changes detailed at WWDC 2014

Mail Drop and iCloud changes detailed at WWDC 2014

One knock on Apple is that they’ve not quite figured the cloud out. That has changed a bit today, as Apple introduces changes to both Mail and iCloud. The two changes are dovetailing into one another, as Mail relies a bit more on iCloud, and iCloud gets a lot more useful and organized.

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Apple has best products coming later this year, iTunes chief says

Apple has best products coming later this year, iTunes chief says

Apple’s got something major in the works, according to their iTunes and iCloud chief Eddy Cue. At the Code Conference this week, Cue said Apple has the best products he’s seen in his quarter-century with the company coming later this year. That’s a bold statement from a guy who’s seen just about everything Apple’s ever done.

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Apple’s response to security issue: too late, says hacker

Apple’s response to security issue: too late, says hacker

A security issue with iCloud that leaves iOS users vulnerable was the recent topic of an email from Apple received by hacker AquaXetine, who took to Twitter today to announce that he deleted the message. "They're are soooooooo toooo late," he said.

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iWork for iCloud beta updates aplenty: fonts, exports, colors

iWork for iCloud beta updates aplenty: fonts, exports, colors

This week the folks behind iWork for iCloud in the Apple software ecosystem have let loose a number of updates. These updates affect Pages, Numbers, and Keynote as well, with feature changes and boosts for the whole lot.

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iWork update features new editor design and better sharing options

iWork update features new editor design and better sharing options

Apple has just pushed out a major update to the three core members of its iWork productivity suite. This latest versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote include a ton of features that improve the user experience in both the editing process as well as in sharing documents.

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Apple updates iWork across iOS, Mac and iCloud

Apple updates iWork across iOS, Mac and iCloud

Apple has pushed out new versions of iWork for iOS, Mac, and the iCloud beta, addressing some of the common requests around its Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps. The updates include the ability to view and edit spreadsheets with an iPad or iPhone in landscape orientation, and being able to control remote Keynote presentations from the iOS version of the app.

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Moto Migrate app scores iCloud data transfer ability

The most time consuming part of switching phones is often transferring data from the old handset to the new one, something simplified for those switching to Motorola via the Moto Migrate app. In addition to shuttling content from an Android handset to one of Motorola’s phone, it can now also be used by iPhone defectors.

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iWork for iCloud update brings set of collaborative tweaks

iWork for iCloud update brings set of collaborative tweaks

In an effort to bring about a new wave of online any-machine working for those in the Apple universe, iWork for iCloud has been updated by the company with a list of new features this week. This update includes updates for the iCloud iterations of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, the whole lot of them still sitting pretty in the beta environment. While most updates work in each of the three apps, there are a few unique updates for Numbers and Keynote alone, as well.

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iWork Mavericks apps reinstating ’09 features in 2014

iWork Mavericks apps reinstating ’09 features in 2014

The updated version of iWork was unveiled back in October. At the time Apple touted how iWork had been completely rewritten and that it was now 64-bit. Apple also mentioned that iWork has "never been faster." But that being the case, it looks like that complete rewrite did not leave enough time to add every feature that was needed.

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Apple TV 6.0 adds AirPlay from iCloud, iTunes Radio, more

Apple TV 6.0 adds AirPlay from iCloud, iTunes Radio, more

Apple TV has been updated, with v6.0 of the set-top box's software adding iTunes Radio, music purchase support, access to content stored in iCloud, and more. The new software brings the same iTunes Radio streaming support that Apple added to iPhones, iPads, and iTunes on the desktop earlier this week to the television, in addition to AirPlay from iCloud streaming for playing videos stored in Apple's cloud backup without needing to download them first.

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iCloud.com goes out of beta ahead of iOS 7 launch

iCloud.com goes out of beta ahead of iOS 7 launch

As owners of iPhones, iPads, and iPods eagerly await the release of the new iOS 7, Apple prepares its cloud service for the onslaught of upgrading users as well as new users that will be purchasing the new iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s later this week. Now Apple has finally lifted the curtains off iCloud.com, bringing it out of beta with a fresh new look that matches well with the iOS 7 redesign.

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