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iCloud Will Be Available To Public On October 12th, Free For iOS 5 And OS X Lion Users
iCloud and iOS will be Available on October 12: As Apple’s Evant is Going on so we came to know that iCloud will be Available for you on 12th October. Also iOS 5 will be released by Apple on October 12th. This is little bit disgusting for you but this is the fact we gained by Live conversation. iCloud For Apple’s Users has many Special Features. iCloud has Enhanced Syncing. iCloud also offers cross-device syncing of all of yoir Important data such as contacts, Calenders and many more. Also your backup is here in iCloud so don’t tke any tenshion about that. Now No longer will a new iDevice mean fishing out the sync cable in order to get it up and running. Using iCloud and Apple’s new PC-less setup utility, an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch can be restored to your favorite state, complete with apps, at the touch of a button. Many of Special Features according to RedmondPie, given below.
iCloud Features By Redmondpie
Borrowing heavily from the somewhat failed MobileMe, iCloud offers cross-device syncing of all your important data such as contacts, calendars and more. The newly added document syncing will come as more iOS apps are written to support it, but the gist of it is thus: apps will no longer require third=party syncing solutions such as Dropbox and Box.net. Document syncing will be handled by iCloud, with alterations and versioning handled by Apple’s servers. No saving, no copying, no fuss. Or at least, that’s the plan!
For years now, Android users have lauded it over those of us living in the iOS universe, thanks to Google’s backup system. Once signed in using a Gmail account, all an Android handset’s apps, settings and, well, everything, are backed up to Google’s servers. Moving to a new phone is as simple as entering your Gmail details – everything is synced, wirelessly, and then you’re good to go.
Apple offers a very similar experience with iCloud. No longer will a new iDevice mean fishing out the sync cable in order to get it up and running. Using iCloud and Apple’s new PC-less setup utility, an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch can be restored to your favorite state, complete with apps, at the touch of a button. Impressive? Youbetcha!
iTunes in the Cloud
Put simply, iTunes in the Cloud is an online storage locker for your music. Already purchased songs can be re-downloaded from the iTunes store, which is a massive improvement on the current state of play.
iTunes Match ($25/year)
If you’re reading this from outside the United States, we suggest you skip this part because, as is always the case with the really cool stuff, you’re out of look. iTunes in the Cloud is, currently at least, a US-only affair, and will be available end of October.
So what are those pesky Americans getting?
Think of Music Match as a way of taking all those poor bitrate MP3s and turning them into top of the range versions of their former selves. iTunes Match checks your music library, and finds songs that match yours on its servers. They’re then instantly available for you to download, but this time they’re in the same format as all other iTunes music, even if your original is recorded off the radio.
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