Gizmodo has a great article that highlights the features of the iCloud. Announced yesterday at the WWDC, the iCloud will offer 5 gb of data storage free. You can uploadvideo, music, photos or books to access on the go. iCloud will store your digital files in a centralized hub that will make them easily accessible from any compatible device including laptops, desktops, iPad’s, iPhone’s etc.
“iTunes will take the tracks you purchase in the iTunes Music store and automatically make a copy from their servers accessible to you for syncing on the go (you can enable up to 10 devices per account). However, if you want to match songs that you havent purchased through iTunes, it will cost $25 a year to have iTunes match as many tracks as you want. Plus, what iTunes in the cloud matches doesn’t count against your 5GB limit, which will come in handy for those with large music libraries. MORE ON THAT HERE.”
There are plenty new features as well that media lovers are sure to admire. What do you think of Apple’s iCloud introduction? Let us know!
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