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Apple finally has a plan to improve Siri, Maps, iCloud and its other services

Apple may excel at many things, but historically speaking, services is not one of them. Thanks to less than stellar roll-outs for services like Apple Maps and Siri, not to mention persistently wonky iCloud issues, iOS users have reluctantly come to accept the fact that Apple often needs a few years before it gets even an elementary handle on a particular service. Part of the problem is that there have been a few reports of in-fighting across some of Apple’s services-based engineering teams.
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