Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Apple's iCloud Service - Everything you want to Know [Video]

Apple has unveiled their 3 new Major announcements for future of iPhone, iPod Touch and MACs. Today at WWDC 2011 Keynote Apple revealed iOS 5, MAC OS X LION and the new iCloud Service. Here we'll thoroughly discuss the Apple iCloud Service.

Apple's iCloud service is almost the same like Amazons Cloud Drive(Cloud Based Service) and Google's Music Beta , It basically lets you store data such as music files and automatically sync between multiple devices such as iPhones, iPods and personal computers. It also replaces MobileMe, acting as a server for email, contacts, calendars and other data.

Features which iCloud Provide:

iCloud with iTunes:

With iCloud, the music you purchase in iTunes appears automatically on all your devices. You can also download your past iTunes purchases. Where you want, when you want.

Contacts, Calendar, Mail and More with iCloud (no more MobileMe from Now on)

iCloud stores your email, calendars, and contacts and automatically pushes them to all your devices. So you can switch from one device to another and still go about business as usual.


With iCloud, when you take a photo on one device, it automatically appears on all your other devices. No syncing. No sending. Your photos are just there. Everywhere you want them.

Apps, Books, Documents:
iCloud makes sure all your devices have the same apps. And the same books. And the same documents. iCloud also backs up your information. So if something happens, it can help save the day.
Device backup and Price Range:
You have all sorts of important stuff on your iOS device. iCloud automatically backs it up daily over Wi-Fi. But rather than backing up your information from scratch, iCloud uploads only what you’ve changed. It’s quick and efficient, and it makes Backup like everything else in iCloud: convenient and completely effortless.


Release Date/Availability:

As announced in KeyNote, iCloud Service will be available to all the users this Fall. Exact release date is still unknown, But Developers can now start using this Service in Beta.

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Paul Simmons said...

Interesting, though I like using a variety of cloud apps from different companies. On a weekly basis I regularly use:

- Google Calendar
- Dropbox
- meetingShed
- Delicious
- Voo2do

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