How will Apple’s cloud software and services evolve over the next two decades?
The answer is complicated.
It’s also not entirely clear, given that there’s no clear blueprint for how these technologies will fit into a world in which every iPhone or iPad has its own cloud server.
This story uses a simplified model of the future.
But, like the industry as a whole, the future looks more or less as it did a few years ago.
Apple has long had a deep relationship with Google.
Its iOS operating system was based on the Android platform, the dominant platform in mobile computing.
Apple’s iWork and iPhoto software were built on Google’s own software.
The iPad’s iPhoto app was a direct descendant of Google’s photo-editing software.
Apple is a dominant player in the software world.
But Apple has been increasingly turning its attention to cloud computing.
At the same time, it’s also investing heavily in other areas of its business, including social media and advertising.
Its cloud-based services like iCloud, Photos, and Pages have also grown more and more sophisticated.
For example, Apple has added a layer of privacy to the cloud with iCloud Drive, a service that makes it easier for people to share photos, videos, and other files.
But cloud computing services are only a small part of Apple’s business.
For Apple to take advantage of cloud computing, it has to be a major player.
If Apple is to build a new generation of products that are as reliable and flexible as its iOS software, the company will have to be able to tap into the cloud computing opportunities it already has.
The company already has a strong track record in this area, with cloud services in iOS and OS X. Apple was able to build the Mac’s Mac OS X and Windows platforms on top of Apple OS, which makes it much easier for it to leverage the expertise and expertise of its existing Macs and iPhones.
It can leverage the same skills in the cloud to build services that can be deployed on Apple’s new operating system, iOS 10.
In other words, the cloud can help Apple build a brand new product and service, rather than simply building the next big thing in technology.
This is a big deal, and the future of the cloud is a lot more exciting than we initially thought.
But for now, Apple still has to make sure that its cloud services have a stable footing before it starts building new ones.
The big question Apple will have the most to answer is whether the cloud will be a part of its future, or whether it will just be a tool that can work in tandem with its existing hardware and software.
This article appears in the November 17, 2019, issue of The New York Times Magazine.