Cider refers to unfermented apple juice in the US but to fermented apple juice in the rest of the world. In the US, fermented apple juice is called hard cider.

Cider refers to an alcoholic drink made from the fermentation of apple juice.

In computer industry, cider means the code name for the visual Designer in visual studio that targets WPF

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"Cider" is in the UNSPSC Code "50202202"
  Cider or perry
Ref: 122368/2006-09-19

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