Apple Releases Icloud Control Panel 2.1.3 For Windows Vista












Disclosed in KB article DL1687 on Apple Support, iCloud Control Panel 2.1.3 for Windows Vista bears a formal set of release notes (which basically include the programs description) but no changelog. The iCloud Control Panel makes it easy to keep your contacts, calendars, and bookmarks up to date automatically between your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and Windows Vista PC, Apple says. It also includes Photo Stream, which wirelessly pushes photos you take with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to the Pictures library on your PC no cable syncing required, the company adds. The documentation continues with the various uses of iCloud and iCloud Control Panel on Windows PCs, but not a single word is said about the actual purpose of this update. After all, this isnt the first time Windows Vista users get a taste of the iCloud management tool. However, as Apple always updates iCloud Control Panel whenever it rolls out new Windows software, were left to assume that this release has something to do with iTunes 11.1.4 for Windows. The Cupertino giant carefully points out that iCloud Control Panel 2.1.3 is for Windows Vista users.









Apple updates iWork for iCloud, Mac adding new features







RELATED WASHINGTON: Apple has reportedly updated its iWork office suite across all platforms, including OS X and iCloud on the web, and has brought in password protection for uses to share their data securely. The updated iWork suite includes customizable alignment guides and a vertical ruler on the Mac, a built-in remote feature on iOS and added the crucial password-protected web sharing of iWork documents, spreadsheets and presentations. According to TechCrunch, users can now share their documents via iCloud with a user-assigned password using either Pages 2.1 on iOS or iWork for iCloud beta. The upgraded suit also lets easy access for reviewing shared content on the web via a new 'list view' of all documents, spreadsheets and presentations that have been shared. The report said that other major tweaks include sorting using multiple columns or rows in Numbers 3.1 on OS X, the addition of new transitions and display options to Keynote, landscape viewing and editing of spreadsheets in Numbers on iOS and keyboard shortcuts object manipulation in the iWork for iCloud beta.



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