What is iCloud ?
iCloud is an Apple storage and data synchronization subscription service that provides 5GB of storage for free. It is a service that keeps all iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac in sync. In other words, you can share and update information seamlessly between Apple devices like an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and a computer.
The best thing about it is that information on each Apple device like iPhone, iPad, iPod touch & Mac undergoes automatic update to ensure that the entire device has the most current and relevant information stored on it. This service is free and allows wireless connectivity. It runs quietly in the background and the user is not required to take any specific action.
It allows subscribers to save their address book, calendar, notes, Safari bookmarks and photos on Apple’s servers. Whatever changes and additions you make to one Apple device is automatically reflected in subscribers other registered Apple devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod touch & Mac undergoes automatic update to ensure that the entire device has the most current and . For example, you are out on a picnic trip and take some photos with your iPhone, you are not required to manually transfer these photos through Bluetooth or any other method to your other Apple devices as these photos are automatically available on any other connected device.
In addition to syncing photos across multiple devices, iCloud also provides the capability to back up your device and locate a lost device.