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    iNotes4You's Avatar
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    Default Interoperability

    Apple has spent years and money creating the familiarity that everyone has with iOS and what makes the success. Flush it down the toilet and start fresh? If you talk about a Post PC era you need to enable the era to take place. What do you think about this idea:

    Apple creates a PUBLIC FOLDER with creatable subfolders where every app may save (e.g. iWork apps) or open (e.g. the mail app) documents.
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    jsntrenkler's Avatar

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    Default Interoperability

    I would just like to see iCloud do more. Should hold all the photos we have as well as music. I would be happy to spend $99 a year for unlimited iCloud storage of my media.
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    Libuff's Avatar
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    Default Re: Interoperability

    how about giving all protocols and applications a fair shake at API's.

    Apple's apps and services are given priority access to things like background processes and push. Gmail for example doesn't get IMAP IDLE, but is delegated to 15minute updates. Icloud = push imap.
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