Posts tagged: icloud

iOS 8 What Will it Mean for Photos?

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 Jun 4, 2014

On June 2nd, Apple announced that iOS 8 will become available later this year to download for iPhones, iPads, and iPods. This new version of iOS promises to be a major upgrade on the current iteration, iOS 7.

Below is a summary of the photo related announcements that Apple made on Monday. I am excited about the changes that Apple is making, not just because I am the owner of Apple products myself, but because I can see the benefits for consumers in general.

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Apple’s iOS 5 and iCloud Connect People and Their Photos

Alan Bullock
 Jun 8, 2011

On Monday, June 6, Apple unveiled iOS 5, the latest version of its operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices, and iCloud, a new set of free cloud services for managing content across up to ten synchronized devices. (My colleague, Shelly Ortelt, blogged about the news here.)

Many of the 200+ new iOS features promise to improve the traditional and connected photo experience for Apple users. Here are some first impressions along with a few observations and questions along the way: Read more »

Apple Unveils iCloud at WWDC 2011

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 Jun 6, 2011

Apple held their much-anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference this morning in San Francisco. Steve Jobs’ keynote address discussed the new features of Lion, iOS 5, and the release of their cloud offering called iCloud.

After much deliberation over what the iCloud will offer, Jobs finally gave answers. First, Apple iCloud will be free and (surprise) simple. iCloud replaces Apple’s $99-a-year MobileMe service, and similar to MobileMe, all of the content stored (like email, contacts, and calendars) in the iCloud is automatically synced to all of a user’s devices. Most importantly, however, data within iCloud is backed up through a Wi-Fi connection once a day. Read more »

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