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Monday, March 19, 2012

Apple iWork Will Close

For those of you who store data on service iWork, quickly copy it to another place. The reason, Apple iWork will close from 31 July.

Closure is delivered through the Apple official site. Tim Cook led the company is planning to replace the function of iWork.com with the iCloud. Therefore, suggested that Apple's iWork users move their data to iCloud. Anyway, after the last deadline, Apple will erase all documents stored in iWork.

In addition to announcing through the site, Apple sent out emails to all users of iWork. "Last year, we launched iCloud, a service that can store music, photos, documents, and can connect to any wireless device," Apple wrote in an e-mail.

Now, there are more than 40 million documents stored in iCloud by millions of users.
iWork.com service launched in beta in early 2009. At that time, Apple says the service enables users to collaborate with Mac computers personal computer (PC) with Windows platform. Since then, applications available in iWork can be used in iOS, the operating system for Apple devices, and became the most downloaded software.

As a result, service users iWork and iOS-based devices 5 can be connected via iCloud which was released in October. iWork users can access their data through the site iCloud.com. *** [APPLEINSIDE | RINI K | KORAN TEMPO 3824]
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