So many questions..
What we still don't know about iCloud | Apple - CNET News
Looks like this will be a support nightmare for apple. Best option for me is to leave backups turned off, photo stream, email, contacts, calendar..all that crap turned off that google sync already does....and just use it for reminders, bookmarks, and docs&data sharing with ipad.
The wife & kiddo i'll probably just turn icloud off.
So not a feature, but something to turn off til it's worth anything.
Last edited by cardfan; 10-11-2011 at 08:22 AM.
- 10-11-2011, 11:55 AM #2iMore Intermediate
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That was my initial thought too. But then I decided to use the backup option. I like it although I also do an iTunes backup for extra safety. I use Google for everything except Reminders, bookmarks, Notes, docs&data, & Find My iPhone. Seems to be working pretty smooth so far
- 10-11-2011, 02:15 PM #3
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- 10-11-2011, 03:28 PM #5iPhone Intermediate
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I think it's too soon for many of us to make judgment on iCloud. I assure you on the public release, Apple will make it as easy as possible for confused consumers. Everything that's being said about it is pure speculation. It tends to annoy and anger the more confused of people. Apple will need to make sure that isn't the case, because not everyone has patience. We're living in a society who like to feel like there are instant obvious results from everything we do.
Last edited by diamonddialogue; 10-11-2011 at 03:30 PM.
- 10-11-2011, 03:30 PM #6
- 10-11-2011, 03:37 PM #7iPhone Intermediate
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Well, we know how the media can be: usually, either biased for or against Apple. We also know that the media tends to make things sound worse (or better) than they really are. I think Apple will have ironed out this whole iCloud confusion. Like I said, even us in the developer community could get pretty confused during early beta stages on how exactly iCloud is used, and how it can be put into Applications.
I think people just need to understand that the majority of iCloud will be inside of the applications we use. Yes, backups are going to be great, but I don't think music is really a big part of iCloud until you sign up for iTunes Match. But, still, I'm interested to see how the public reacts to its release tomorrow, and how the first 4S owners will take it.