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iWork for iCloud beta expands to include Apple workers

updated 01:07 pm EDT, Wed June 26, 2013

Test base grows beyond developers

Access to the iWork for iCloud beta has been extended to Apple workers, according to an internal email. Pages, Numbers, and Keynote web apps were launched in beta form earlier this month at WWDC 2013, but testing was initially restricted to third parties registered in Apple's developer program. Apple workers are allowed to access the beta for personal use.

The iWork web apps are simplified versions of their native Mac and iOS counterparts, but allow editing on both Mac and Windows systems, and sync any changes across platforms. Apple hasn't set a precise timeframe for the service to emerge from beta beyond 2013.




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  1. bobolicious

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    ...hmmm, no mention of access by certain governmental departments as yet...? ;)

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