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Well, what do we have here? It's yet another productivity suite that's found its way to the cloud, and more importantly in this case, it's also found its way to Windows users. We're talking about Apple's iWork software -- a pre-release cloud version is now accessible to Windows users, which could set the stage for an eventual showdown with Office. On the surface, this is an expansion of Apple's iCloud service that launched in 2011. Using iCloud, Apple device owners can backup and access various content from different locations and across multiple devices, such as their... Read more...
Not content simply to launch a new iPad today, Apple announced various other new, slightly less exciting but certainly noteworthy items, as well. First off, Siri now speaks more languages; with iOS 5.1, she now supports English, French, German, and Japanese. The upgrade is available stateside today and will roll out to Japan in the coming weeks. Apple TV has a simpler, icon- based interface and now includes support for 1080p HD content from all your favorite sources, including iTunes, Netflix, and Vimeo. With iCloud as a hub and with AirPlay integration, it’s easy to acquire and stream content... Read more...
Apple's WWDC kicks off next week, but there's some other Apple news to mull over before then. Well, at least for iPhone and iPod touch users looking to be more productive on their mobile devices. The company has just announced that the iWork productivity apps -- Keynote, Pages and Numbers -- are now available for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. These were created for the Mac, and then rebuilt for iOS and for use with Multi-Touch. You'll be able to create and share presentations, spreadsheets and documents; each one is available now on the App Store for $9.99, and if you have iWork for iPad, you'll... Read more...
Thanks to a loose-lipped CEO, we knew Apple had a tablet device on deck for today's announcement in California. We even spotted a rumored TV spot a few days back, which labeled the device as the "iPad." Turns out, that's exactly what Apple decided to name this.Apple has today entered an all new market, one that straddles the realms of smartphones and notebooks. It's the tablet PC, which is a market that swelled and died years and years ago. Apple is known for its innovation, though, and it apparently thinks it has the magic elixir necessary to create a tablet in a post-tablet world and still get... Read more...