Despite popular opinion, children do not believe everything they see on tv.
Today one of my students asked if he could see my iCloud. Say what? So I explained to him what iCloud was. "You mean if you take a picture on your phone it just appears on your iPad without an app?" Exactly. After a few more minutes of explaining, he asked if I would take a picture so he could see. So I pulled up the Photos app on my iPad and opened it to the Photo stream tab. I took a picture of the class with my iPhone and my amazed little 16 year old stood over my shoulder until the photo appeared on the iPad, at which point I was afraid he was going to burst from excitement.
What was it Steve Jobs always said about that sense of childlike wonder? I think iCloud's got it.
- 03-23-2012, 12:50 PM #2
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- 03-27-2012, 06:49 AM #4
This always happens when I show a feature to my girlfriend... Who's 45.
She's still finding out how to do stuff on her 4S. And when I end up showing her something, the amazement, wonder, and just flat out giddiness she gets is so freaking adorable. Ha.
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