Apple’s iCloud Backs Up and Manages Your Pictures Automatically

October 7th, 2011

iCloud.jpgThe day after an Apple press conference
means an Apple heavy day to follow. It’s inevitable – the guys from
Cupertino like to announce a lot all at once. It’s kind of their
thing.

Yesterday they gave plenty of details
on a new service called iCloud that promises to get all of your
devices sharing nicely. It automatically backs up your music,
documents, contacts, calendar, mail and shares it with your iPad,
iPhone, PC, Mac or even your iPod.

The Photo Stream is where it gets
really cool. No longer will you have to deal with annoying transfers
from your iPhone to your PC or settle for uploading unedited pictures
to Facebook simply because it’s easier. With iCloud, every picture
you take with your iPhone will be synced to your home computer which
means you can go home, grab the picture from iCloud and start
editing.

iCloud will be launching October 12th
and is a free service for Apple customers using iOS 5 or OS X Lion.

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