Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Tue Oct 2 17:15:44 EDT 2012

I don't know that much about development on iOS, but if Apple defines a place you can store documents your apps create, then I suspect that will get synched to iCloud. Only one way to know for sure! 


On Oct 2, 2012, at 1:14 PM, Richmond wrote:

> Goofy question really.....
> I was in my local Computer air-hangar the other day and having a goggle at iPads (not
> because I want one, but because I wanted to "have a fiddle") and they stated on the box
> that they ran 'Mac OS X'.
> This being Bulgaria nobody but nobody knows anything about Apple (my younger son told me
> 2 years ago that a girl at his school bought an Apple laptop and then ONLY ran Windows on it),
> and looks at you as though you have a third eye if you ask anything vaguely technical about Apple.
> Come to think of it, the only way to get even oddeer looks in Bulgaria is to start talking about Linux.
> The chap who just bought a copy of my Devawriter wrote this:
> "A version in time for IPAD? Then documents  could be passed via iCloud? Please !"
> Does anybody know whether a standard MacINTEL build will transfer "seamlessly" (Ha, Ha, Ha)
> to iPad???
> Richmond.
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