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How Apple plans to make iCloud, Siri, and iTunes better

Apple has a plan to make its cloud services good: moving the groups responsible for building them into one building so they can work together. The teams behind iCloud, Siri, Apple Music, iTunes, Apple News, Apple Pay, and Maps all work under Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of software and services, but they are physically spread out. Apple has realized that the physical distance is contributing to slow bug fixes and product development, sources told Bloomberg, so the company is centralizing its cloud services employees at Infinite Loop.
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