Apple is busy finalizing its iOS 5 and iCloud services for the big launch on October 4. After releasing beta 9 of iTunes 10.5, it has just seeded the 4th version of iWorks for iOS to developers for testing keynotes, pages and numbers.
iWork outlines iCloud’s file storage for documents created in Apple’s Keynote, Pages and Numbers iOS applications. Now instead of saving documents locally on your Mac or some some storage disk you can keep them in iCloud and these can then be easily accessed either on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
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