Andy Inhatko on the OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion Preview

“Documents In The Cloud is unique. It’ll get compared to Dropbox, but the two are nothing alike. Dropbox is a conventional file system, extended to a remote server. In Documents In The Cloud, Apple’s created a new way of defining files and data, conceived from the ground up as a cloud service.

It redefines the concept of a file system. It also refines Apple’s whole product line. The iPad will seem less like an accessory and more like a primary computer once Documents In The Cloud becomes fully armed and operational; it encourages the user to forget about location and just assume that your iPhone, your iPad, and your MacOS are the exact same machine in three separate guises.”

Full Article Here

About these ads