“When Apple introduced both iOS and iCloud, its goal was to eliminate the classic file system found in Mac OS X and make synchronization so seamless between devices that it ‘just works,'” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac.
“Nearly three years after iCloud’s introduction, Apple is still moving closer to this goal,” Gurman reports. “The company is working on a pair of new iCloud applications for iOS as well as improved tools for developers to build iCloud-infused applications, according to sources with knowledge of these initiatives.”
“In addition to working on new iCloud applications, Apple is said to be researching new iCloud storage tools to make the development of server-integrated App Store applications for iOS simpler,” Gurman reports. “Developers have long complained that building App Store apps that rely on iCloud is a complex and unreliable process. This potential future initiative would be designed to resolve those issues.”
Much more in the full article here.