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John Evans

How to use iCloud to share appointments, apps, and more for the whole family | iMore.com - 6 views

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    "If you have a family and more than one iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch floating around, iCloud can make it much easier to share everything from doctors appoints to game purchases, but it can be a challenge to set things up perfectly."
John Evans

Upload Any File To iCloud [Video How-To] | Cult of Mac - 7 views

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    " For those who are looking to get a little more out of iCloud, here's a handy workaround I discovered today that allows you to upload any file to iCloud, much like you would with Dropbox. It's not perfect, but it works, and for many it'll be a helpful addition to iCloud."
John Evans

iCloud, Not the New iPad, is Apple's Real Key to the Post-PC Revolution - 1 views

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    "Apple's new iPad goes on sale today. People - already lined up around the world - will likely buy more than a million of them this weekend, and tens of millions this year. And there will be much talk about Apple's "post-PC" revolution."
John Evans

7 Things Apple Doesn't Tell You About iCloud | Mac|Life - 9 views

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    "Sure, there's plenty to love about iCloud -- after all, it's a giant step up from Apple's previous cloud efforts like MobileMe and .Mac and it's free, so what's to complain about? Unfortunately, iCloud can't do everything, so here's a look at what Apple doesn't tell you about their cloud service."
John Evans

Moving to the iCloud » 148Apps » iPhone and iPod Touch Application Reviews an... - 7 views

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    "Apple's new iCloud service is the promise of MobileMe made real. Imagine a PC-free future, traveling our world with an iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and yes, even a Mac or PC, without ever having to sync them together again."
John Evans

The Day That iOS5 and iCloud Give Independence to the iPad | The Amazing iPad - 7 views

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    "With iOS 5 there's going to be independence from the personal computer, in as much as when you buy an iOS device such as an iPhone, and iPad or an iPod Touch, it will no longer be necessary to connect to a desktop or laptop computer in order to activate it."
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