Friday, March 14, 2014

Apple iOS8

Apple’s Future Plan for OS X

Apple has plans for the future of OS X and we have seen OS X as well as iOS teams merging together in reaching great goals and speculations are on regarding iOS 8, that it might include Preview and TextEdit app as part of its update. According to 9to5Mac which brings about the latest updates on Apple plans, Apple may debut some new apps iOS 8, like addition of Preview and TextEdit that are presently in Apple’s OS X desktop operating system. Apple is planning in bringing in the functionality of these apps through Cloud and those using OS X Mountain Lion or Mavericks are aware that Apple had integrated Preview as well as TextEdit to iCloud for storage of documents, pdfs as well as images on the cloud. Though on iOS, Preview and TextEdit will not be capable to do much on their own, but one will be able to access the iCloud documents which will be quite functional.

Addition of iCloud Synchronization

Apple plans in developing version of the Mac operating system’s Preview as well as TextEdit applications, optimized for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch and the application is considered not only to edit pdfs, images or text documents, but also to serve as tool to view Preview and TextEdit files stored in iCloud by OS X. Moreover Apple had added iCloud synchronization for Preview and TextEdit though it has not released its counterpart iOS, to view the synchronized content. Apple could be updating the new app to increase usage of iCloud or as a part of headway, to integrate it into OS X and iOS and has already offered mobile version of office apps Pages, Number as well as Keynotes to sync document through iCloud. Apple could be focusing on iCloud and the new operating system could probably be effective to the user in many ways. Moreover Apple would also be providing 5GB space at no cost no matter how many devices are purchased using the same iCloud account and the space could also be used for iOS device backups as well, which could reach the maximum GB or even more.

Exploring New iCloud Tools

It is also reported that Apple also has intention in exploring new iCloud storage tools which could improve its system of the third party applications store off device data, due to dissatisfaction among developers, that building App Store app which rely on iCloud seems to be a complex and unreliable process. Apple has been trying to improve how iCloud could handle file and permissions thus helping in making the app development easier and this future potential could be designed to resolve these issues. The entry of iOS 8 is likely to show up at the annual WWDC conference ahead of a fall launch along with the new iPhone and iPhone phablet. The application is in its early stage of development and could be probably released sometime later this year with possibility of the new pieces of software that will be ready to be shipped with the forthcoming iOS 8 More updates will be coming up at, be there ……

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