7 iCloud Features Typical iPhone & iPad Users Will Love

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Average iPhone and iPad users will see a lot of benefits when iCloud is released as part of iOS 5. Below are seven iCloud features that will typical iPhone and iPad users will love. ‘Cloud’ is a buzzword that can be confusing and intimidating to some users. The concept of cloud computing might not be anything […]

Details on iCloud Still a Bit Foggy

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Yesterday’s announcements from Apple at WWDC showed that there are major changes coming when it comes to how Apple users think about media and data. Yeah, I’m talking about the iCloud features. Most of what we heard yesterday had already leaked, and quite honestly while we learned some new details, we’ve still got quite a […]

iTunes Match Cost vs. the Competition

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Apple just announced iCloud, a new online service that provides easy access to all the music users have purchased through iTunes for free. Apple has also announced a service called iTunes Match, which will match the music you have ripped or purchased from other stores and add a high quality version to your iCloud library […]

Apple WWDC Keynote Video Now Available

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Apple’s gone ahead and published the full 2011 World Wide Developers Conference keynote presentation. The video is available at Apple.com and runs for 118 minutes. The 2011 WWDC keynote includes the introduction of iOS 5, iCloud and OS X Lion. With a focus on software, Apple did not introduce a new iPhone or other hardware, which […]

Photo Stream: How Microsoft’s Failed KIN Still Beats iCloud

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Even after over a year since Microsoft had launched the now defunct KIN, a Windows Phone that the company had hoped would consumerized the platform ahead of the Windows Phone 7 launch debut, Apple’s iCloud announcement at WWDC falls short when it comes to photo streaming. As the iPhone-maker aims for simplicity while at the […]

Apple Stock Down On News of iCloud, Lack of iPhone 5 Announcement (AAPL)

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Right after Steve Jobs introduced iCloud, iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion at WWDC 2011, Apple’s stock prices reacted to the new services and the lack of an impressive , “One more thing,” namely no iPhone 5, by dropping 4.57% or $5.40 by 4:30 pm. Also dropping alongside new cloud competition was Google (GOOG) […]

How to Get the New iTunes in the Cloud Music App Now With iTunes 10.3

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At the WWDC conference Apple announced a collection of new iCloud features that will arrive this fall with iOS 5, but they also announced a few new features that are available today for all users. The iCloud app, music and book features of iTunes in the cloud can be installed on your iOS 4.3 device […]

Apple’s New iCloud Service Will be Almost Free

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Apple announced their new iCloud service at WWDC 2011 confirming the rumors that have swirled for months that a cloud storage and syncing feature will become a free part of Apple’s device ecosystem. iCloud is free unless you want access to a new part of the music portion of the cloud version of iTunes. The […]

9 iCloud Apps: iCloud Stores and Wirelessly Syncs to Your Devices

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Steve Jobs took the stage at the end of the WWDC conference to unveil iCloud, a way to store and sync your content to all of your devices without wires. iCloud will replace mobileMe and will include a collection of new iCloud apps and support for third party apps. iCloud is available for free and includes […]

iOS5 + iCloud: Cloud Synching To Be Announced at WWDC?

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Many Apple watchers are assuming that iCloud will simply be a digital music locker, but iCloud could be much, much more. Apple has built out a gigantic data center that could serves as the  mothership for iOS5 devices. Backing up and synching data between iPhones, iPods and iPads requires plugging them into a Mac or […]

Top 10 Pitchmen (And Women) Who Could Replace Steve Jobs

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At WWDC 2011 Steve Jobs will return to the stage as Apple’s number one pitchman, selling a nation of eager fans on the latest and greatest products to come out of the Cupertino braintrust like iOS5, iCloud and possibly the iPhone 5. Steve Jobs isn’t your average CEO and pitchman. Jobs’ eccentricities and mannerisms allow him to describe Apple’s […]

5 Intriguing WWDC Rumors: iPhone 5, iOS 5, iCloud

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Tomorrow is Apple’s biggest event of the year, the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) which will run from June 6th all the way through the week at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. The first keynote from the conference takes place tomorrow at 10AM and there are plenty of rumors regarding the products that Apple has announced […]

iCloud to Cost $25 Annually After Free Promotional Period?

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As was previously believed, Apple could potentially make its iCloud service free initially through promotions, and then the company may charge $25 per year for customers who want to use the cloud-based storage to stream music. The Los Angeles Times reported that Apple has now completed negotiations with all four major music labels to secure […]

WWDC 2011 Banners Reveal Apple iCloud Logo

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Some spy shots of workers putting up banners at San Francisco’s Moscone Center for Apple’s upcoming World Wide Developers Conference have revealed a number of things including the logo for the company’s upcoming cloud service, iCloud. As you can see in the photos, the banners highlight the three major products that the Cupertino based company […]

Apple Confirms iOS 5 Announcement Coming at WWDC

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Apple, in addition to its iWork for iPhone announcement, has confirmed that it will be introducing the next version of its mobile software, iOS 5, at this year’s WWDC. Not only that but the company will also be unveiling its next-generation OS X software dubbed Lion. An iOS 5 announcement at WWDC had been assumed […]

Apple Registers iCloud.com for Online MobileMe Replacement?

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It was reported that Apple bought the domain iCloud.com from a Swedish company called Xcerion and now we learned from Apple Insider that Apple is using the name internally as it preps the newest versions of iOS and Mac OS X. When you type the domain icloud.com you get a page redirect to cloudme.com and […]