Apple iPhone 5 and Its new buddy iCloud
With the iOS 5 unveiled on Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference back in June, we were also informed that iCloud would be a new feature that would be included with the new operating system. Since the Cupertino firm is said to feature their updated operating system on the Apple iPhone 5, it is sure to allow users to enjoy the new cloud service. Here, you will get to know more about the all-new feature.
This service offers much more than just storing your files up in the clouds. It will allow you to access your digital content across your iOS 5-powered devices. Once you store your content, you can access them from devices such as your iPad 2, iPod Touch, and the up and coming 5th generation smartphone. Furthermore, you can also access your files via your PC or Mac. The feature will give you instant access to multi-media, apps, and more. It will also keep your contacts, emails, and calendar synced across your devices. Best of all, there is no actual syncing involved. Apple’s iCloud will manage everything for you.
Once you actually get your hands on the Apple iPhone 5, you will the opportunity to sign up to the cloud streaming service. Will it cost you anything? It will not. You will instantly get 5 GB worth of free storage. The only time you will be required to pay is when you require more storage. If you have purchased apps, music, shows, or eBooks, don’t worry about these filling up your allotted online storage. They do not count. The things that do count such as email, account information, camera roll, documents, settings, and apps will hardly consume the 5 GB storage.
All iOS users are known for purchasing apps from the App Store. They are known for buying eBooks, tools, shows, and games. Since digital content is automatically synced across devices, does this mean that you have to repurchase these applications? The answer is no. You can enjoy them across your devices. This works the same way if ever you restore the device to factory settings or if you replace the device.
In a nutshell, this new service allows you to store your tracks, captured images, calendar, documents, apps from the App Store, and so much more. Aside from storage up in the clouds, the feature will automatically share what you store across your iOS-powered devices. This way all of your devices such as the iPad 2 and the Apple iPhone 5 are always in sync.