Apple publicly acknowledges contributors to iCloud

William Gallagher for AppleInsider:

Apple has now publicly acknowledged the many software developers whose work has been used under licence to make iCloud work. At least some of the information has been available before to developers, but now the 116 contributors are acknowledged in a publicly accessible support document.

Running to 39 pages in PDF and some 22,000 words, the new acknowledgements page consists of all the licence agreements allowing Apple to use this software.

The software itself ranges from fonts used in the service to functions such as Javascript libraries…

MacDailyNews Note: Apple’s “iCloud: iCloud acknowledgements” document is here.

7 Comments

  1. Finally, Apple has publicly acknowledged all the contributors which have worked hard to make iCloud a successful tool. I stored my all assignments on iCloud that I wrote with the help of online writers after reading reviews on top5writingservices website. I have just read their officially released support document mentioning the name of all contributors. This platform has taken this step after so many years.

  2. Apple publicly acknowledges contributors to iCloud have a vested interest in the security of your account and that Apple’s standards are required for all users. I always save all may best dentist in houston data in iCloud because it’s the only software that I can trust regarding to privacy.

  3. A public release of those contributions would be especially welcome because Apple is now using them in several ways, I personally use iCloud for Houston moving help work, across its services such that no single contribution can make a big difference for customers who use all three apps at once.

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