CUPERTINO, USA – Apple‘s very own cloud service, the iCloud, was announced this week, and brings the future of internet to customers.
Unlike other cloud services provided by various others, Apple has just changed the game and made this cloud service is a dream come true for all Apple product users.
Apple claims iCloud to be more than just a mere hard-drive somewhere in the sky, it is more of a way of life for Apple iDevice users. This is known as iTunes in the cloud. The bonanza for iDevice users is the fact that iCloud supports all Apple devices, from iPhone, iPod, iPad and iMac, as well as PCs.
Download a song or app on the iPhone, and voila, users get the same downloaded content on the iPad, iPod Touch, and also the iMac without the need of any cables, and any sort of syncing. This is not where it ends.
When done with music, iCloud helps users stay ready to go with work with the all your contact addresses, calendar entries and mails. Perhaps the best feature about this is that it really does not matter if users upgrade to a newer iDevice model, one’s same email, contact addresses, and calendar entries make their way to the new iOS device. iCloud backs up all:
Purchased music, apps and books
Photos and videos in the camera roll
On a comparison value, iCloud is more pocket friendly with the iTunes in the cloud available at a annual subscription cost of just US$24.99 for storing 20,000 songs, while Amazon on the same ground would really burn the pocket for a whopping $200.