Apple iCloud

Whether one is a PC user or a MAC evangelist, one must recognize Apple’s ability to introduce technology that changes industries and the way people work, collaborates and communicates. The Apple iTunes is one such great example of Apple’s first entree into the Cloud.

Today, iTunes offers millions of songs for download to PCs and Macs, as well as iPods, iPhones, iPads and other hand-held smart devices. Apple’s vision of iCloud extends the company’s existing product functionality by providing users with a cloud-based storage facility for their phones, music, videos and other documents.

In fact, users can customize the iCloud settings to make the file exchange seamless and automatic. Thus, using iCloud, users and synchronize their content to a variety of devices.

To help you leverage the power of Apple iCloud, here are the 5 important tips and links from Apple to get You Started with Apple iCloud today.

Apple iCloud Email account and Sign up

Here is the link to create your Apple iCloud account and Apple ID. Sign in to iCloud to access your photos, videos, documents, notes, contacts, and more.

Apple iCloud storage

When you set up iCloud, you automatically get 5GB of storage for free. You can use that storage space for your iCloud backups, to keep your photos and videos stored in iCloud Photo Library, and your documents up to date in iCloud Drive.

If you need more space, you can buy more iCloud storage. Plans start at 50GB for $0.99 (USD) a month. If you choose 200GB or 2TB plans, you can share your storage with family.

Learn more about plans and prices in your region, or for more information visit: Apple iCloud Storage

Apple iCloud Download

With iCloud for Windows, you’ll have your photos, videos, mail, calendar, files, and other important information on the go and on your Windows PC. Download iCloud for Windows from here, If it doesn’t install automatically, go to File Explorer and open iCloud Setup.

Apple iCloud Photos

iCloud Photo Library helps you save space by replacing photos on your device with smaller versions. iCloud Photo Sharing makes it easy to share photos and videos with exactly the people you want to see them.

Setting up iCloud is easy, follow the below steps:

Whether you’re on an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC, getting started with iCloud is simple. For new Apple devices, there’s a setup assistant built right in. And for everything else, setup takes just a few quick steps.

Choose your device below to visit the setup instructions page from Apple: Set up on iOSSet up on Mac and Set up on PC.

Apple iCloud for Windows

With iCloud for Windows, the photos, documents, and bookmarks on your PC are updated automatically on your Apple devices.

Set up and use iCloud for Windows is very easy. Before you download iCloud for Windows, you need to set up iCloud on all of your Apple devices. You can sign in to iCloud with your Apple ID.

Just follow the setup instructions for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 5 or later or Mac with OS X Lion 10.7.4 or later.

To set up iCloud for Windows follow the below steps:

  • Download iCloud for Windows. If it doesn’t install automatically, go to File Explorer and open iCloud Setup.
  • Restart your computer.
  • Make sure iCloud for Windows is open. If it doesn’t open automatically, go to Start, open Apps or Programs, and open iCloud for Windows.
  • Enter your Apple ID to sign in to iCloud.
  • Choose the features and content that you want to keep up to date on your devices.
  • Click Apply to save the settings.
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