Head in the iClouds
This entry was posted on Monday, October 17, 2011.
No more having to constantly hook up your iPhone, iPad or iPod to the computer to sync, and then mix and match 'til all your iDevices are on the same wavelength; now, it's as easy as iCloud.
iCloud stores all your photos, music, documents... everything you have on one device and "wirelessly pushes"them to your other iOS devices easily and automatically. Buying music on your iPod? That's cool, you can play those brand new songs on your iPad and iPhone, too. Reading that hot new book on your iPad, but forgot it at home? No worries, it's on your phone; just pick up right where you left off. The pictures you take with your iPhone can be viewed immediately on all your other equipment via iCloud, as well as the pictures you upload from your digital camera to your computer.
If you're one of those people who downloads new apps constantly, so often you can never keep track of which app is on what device, the iCloud is here to help. iCloud allows you to download apps to all of your iOS devices at once, so you'll never be without. And if you have previous downloads that you need to move to your other devices, it's fine: you can download it from your purchase history, free!
Even your contacts list and your calendars are included in iCloud cover, so you'll never again miss an important meeting, birthday or hint hint anniversary, and you'll always to be able to find that phone number you need right now.
iCloud automatically backs up your iOS device once you've plugged it into a power source: this means you can have the certainty that all your changes, additions and settings will be backed up daily.
The best part about iCloud? It can find your devices for you!!! So, if you're anything like me and have a tendency to misplace your phone, keys or wallet on a daily basis, iCloud is here to help! When you can't find any one of your iOS devices anywhere, just log in to icloud.com or use the Find My iPhone app and you can find your missing item on the map display. And, if you can't get to it right away, there are a number of security features you can remotely enable.
iCloud is the answer to a question we didn't even know we had: "How can Apple make our lives even BETTER?!"