Apple’s cloud service, called iCloud, is the perfect storage container for all of the content located on one device, or many devices of the same owner. iCloud allows users the chance to access their photos, music, notes, contacts, and more from all of their devices seamlessly. iCloud is automatically built-in to all new iOS devices, including iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone, as well as newer Mac computers. In Safari, iCloud will keep track of all favorite sites and bookmarks, while making them easy to access on other mobile devices. Working with iTunes, iCloud is able to also send all downloaded music across a variety of devices in the network.
Apple understands that there is important data on individual’s mobile devices; therefore, iCloud is meant to back it up each day. If needed, iCloud has the ability to restore all lost music, photos, device settings, app data, messages, and books. Simply connecting the device to a Wi-Fi connection and signing into the Apple ID will restore all the personal data back to new. With iCloud, customers receive 5GB of free storage, which will provide plenty of space for all content that needs protection.