At the WWDC (Wordwide Developers’ Conference) held on June 2011, Apple announced iCloud, a cloud storage service where users can store their files, music, etc. and use them from anywhere, any device. This service offer users to store their data and access them from any other iOS device. iCloud works as a hard drive and makes it much easier for users to keep their data safe. But still many of you might be unsure about how this feature actually works. To clear out your doubts, Infographic World has presented a graphic which will make this distinct for you to understand iCloud.
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Apple finally revealed the launch of iCloud for public on October 12. iCloud can be downloaded free of cost from the Apple Store for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch running on iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion as per the release date.
Moreover, at the keynote, Apple exposed the iPhone 4S packed with awesome features. iPhone 4S will consist of Apple’s dual – core A5 chip, Siri (to assist you get things done just by asking), 8 MP camera and lots more. The phone will be available at the Apple store at the following prices:
16 GB- $199 (US)
32 GB- $299 (US)
64 GB- $399 (US)
iPhone 4S will be running on iOS 5 processor.
Apple has released OS X Lion 10.7.2 build 11C55 for developers including iCloud support. Earlier, developers were required to download a separate iCloud package. The official release note says:
OS X Lion Software Update 10.7.2 is an update to OS X Lion 10.7 and includes support for iCloud beta. Please refer to the seed note for more details and installation instructions. (Mac Developer Program membership is required)
Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 also allow users to access iCloud Mail, Address Book, iCal, MobileMe, Safari, Contacts and Calendar. We hope Apple will also enable the in-built iCloud support to other users very soon.