iCloud iTunes for UKJuly 3, 2011 # 8:26 pm # Mobile Gadgets # No Comment
The iCloud is announced by Steve Jobs. The software enables the iOS users to make a back up of their data from the device to the cloud in a seamless and automatic way. When launching the iCloud, iTunes is also mentioned. The iOS users can browse the UK Apple website and find that the iTunes is mentioned with a note below it saying that “Starting in the US” the iCloud will likely arrive in the UK in 2012, probably in fall because it still need to complete some legal procedures to launch the service.
The iCloud can make back up of all data from your Apple gadgets. The easiest example is when you buy a track from iTunes, downloaded it to your iPhone. Then the track is loaded to iCloud and your other devices such as iPad, iPod, or Mac machines have the song downloaded automatically. The same process also works for pictures. The picture is captured, uploaded to iCloud, and pushed down to all devices that are connected and logged in.
The iCloud works for all features including iBook and some other apps. When you buy one content on a device, it will appear on all of your devices. However, you need to pay a cost for it. $24.99/ year cost is what you need to pay for this amazing feature.