Apple’s Internal CDN Now Delivers the Majority of Its Own Content

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Over a period of roughly 3 years, Apple has taken a large percentage of its content delivery to its in-house CDN. It is using its own CDN for iTunes, iOS and OS X updates, music streaming, and a host of other assorted Apple content. Part of Apple’s reasoning for building its own CDN was because of performance issues with iCloud. In addition, Apple already handles the hardware, the OS (iOS/OS X), and the iTunes/App store platforms and wants greater control over the QoS of content going to its devices.

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