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Dropbox Teases iOS 7 Redesign In Blog Post About Dropbox For Business

Dropbox, whether by accident or design, has just teased its long-awaited iOS 7 update while announcing a feature upgrade to Dropbox for Business.

In a new blog post, Dropbox revealed a new solution for its customers who wish to have seamless access between their personal and work Dropbox accounts:

We introduced Dropbox for Business to help companies work smarter. And as more teams picked it up, we discovered a new challenge for businesses and users. On one hand, people wanted to access their personal stuff at work; meanwhile, IT admins wanted to keep company data separate and free of personal files. Both needs were real, but people had to choose between two Dropboxes.

So, Dropbox has seen it fit to allow customers to connect their personal Dropbox accounts to their Dropbox for Business accounts. And Dropbox has announced that this integration is rolling out to Dropbox for Business customers this month.

Interestingly, in illustrating what the upcoming integration looks like on a mobile device, Dropbox uses a couple of screenshots (shown above) of the anticipated iOS 7-optimized version of its official iOS app.

Dropbox for iOS was last updated on the same day as the launch of iOS 7. But rather than an iOS 7 redesign, it was updated with nothing more than “bug fixes and other magical performance improvements.”

As suggested by the screenshots above, though, the universal Dropbox app’s long-overdue iOS 7 redesign is already underway.

Dropbox for iOS is available in the App Store for free.

See also: Easy Selling Startup Sold Gets Sold To Dropbox, Reportedly Tapped For New Product, Readmill Updated With Community Highlights, Dropbox Import And More, and Unbound For Dropbox Gets Updated With New Features On iOS, Launches On Mac.

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