Microsoft and Apple are locked in a fierce battle over iOS 12, with Apple insisting on a strict set of restrictions to keep apps from accessing the device’s cloud storage.
Apple, however, says it is not concerned with Apple’s content management system (CMS), which it says could be used to store the personal information of its users, or its “unlimited cloud storage” feature, which could allow it to access data from apps and other sources.
Microsoft, meanwhile, says the company wants Apple to remove restrictions on its cloud storage service so that it can take full advantage of the device, while still maintaining the same privacy settings.
But the fight over the two tech giants’ respective video editors is one of the most closely watched in recent years.
The latest beta version of the video editor app on the iOS 11 beta platform was made available last week, just in time for the release of iOS 12.
Users were already able to edit videos in the beta version, and were also able to use a variety of new features, such as the ability to set a focus point, and add effects to images.
Video editors were also being offered as a free download on the Windows Phone 8.1 update, which brings native support for the iOS video editor.
However, Apple has taken the opportunity to add its own videos editor, which it calls “a full-featured video editor”, and called it the “iPhone’s best video editor”.
The app is currently available for free in the App Store for all users, though it is available only for a limited number of users on the beta platform.
While Apple says it will remove restrictions in the future, it also says that “we will not remove any of the features that make Apple’s video editor better than Microsoft’s video editors”.
But Apple argues that its own video editor will continue to offer all the features it offers, including the ability for users to select and adjust their focus point.
“If you’re not happy with the app, we’ll give you a refund.
We do this with every new app release, so you should not have to,” Apple said.
It also said that users can still use the video editors for editing videos for their own personal use, as well as sharing them with friends.
And Apple’s new video editor has a new look and a new interface, allowing users to share video clips to Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, and is compatible with YouTube.
Other new features include an improved search engine and a search bar for quick access to all videos on the device.
The video editor is available to download on all iOS devices, and users can sign up to be beta-tested by signing up for the Apple Insider program.
If you want to try the beta, you can do so by visiting the App store.
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