If you use iDevices e.g. ipad, iPhone, iPod – you are probably using iCloud that provides great backup facility so that your contacts, apps, emails, notes, reminders and iDevice itself remain safe. You can turn the iCloud backup on from device settings (iCloud) and it will keep your data synced with device and your account with Apple. Whenever you update data from above mentioned programs, iCloud will save it in the cloud so that it may be available for you on other iDevices from anywhere. Recently Apple released iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S and the iOS got a fresh update (iOS7). With that, I had a chance to look into iCloud and noticed few new apps which are in beta phase yet but worth a look. If you purchase new iPhone, these apps come free with the new iOS7 but if you download those apps from Apple Apps Store, it will cost you few bucks. Here are the new additions to the iCloud.
This time Apple didn’t livestream its iPhone 5S launch event. But you can still watch all 85 minutes of full keynote that took place on Tuesday in Cupertino, Calif. Apple has uploaded the full length video of the presentation following the announcement of the iPhone 5S and the 5C. As we have already mentioned features of iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S and the difference between those two models, but it will be quite enjoyable to watch the official presentation.
iPhone 5 is bringing new features to iPhone and its expected to come late this year. Following is the video of Steve Jobs keynote rehearsal about iPhone 5, or not!
Steve Jobs and Apple Computer (almost bankrupt at the time) making a temporary deal with Bill Gates and Microsoft. The crowd was not too happy about it. Watch the video. On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne established a small company to sell personal computer kits hand-built by Wozniak. That company, was Apple Computer. Thirty-five years later, Apple is now the most valuable technology company in the world. Its market capitalization exceeds $317 billion, trumping longtime rival Microsoft by more than $100 billion. Apple’s iconic products sit on the desks and in the pockets of millions of people across the world.