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iCloud service is part of the newest iOS released by Apple, iOS 5. iCloud is the newest way to utilize cloud storage for all Mac users. It uses unique technology that automatically syncs your photos, movies, videos, music, books, documents, even emails and contacts to any of your Apple devices that are set up in your iCloud and it is very easy to setup. The iCloud service is probably the biggest thing to happen to Online Backup in a long time.

iCloud was one of Steve Jobs’ last inventions and additions to the Apple empire, and is one of his best. It is quickly becoming very popular and most of the users of Apple are raving about it. The fact that the update to the operating system does not cost you anything and it is free of cost to current Apple users is wonderful. It is really convenient to work on a document on your Mac at the office, pick it up later on your iPad at a coffee shop, and even view it on a cab ride or airplane on your iPhone. ;)

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iCloud

I will try it!!!

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