1. Alli's Avatar
    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 11:43 AM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    My 16 year old daughter has had an iPhone for a few years now and she is still somewhat clueless to it's features with the exception of photos, video chatting and, of course, texting. (laughing)

    Just Me, D
    (Tapatalk - iPhone 4S)
    03-23-2012 12:50 PM
  3. itsalexaye's Avatar
    kids are to funny sometimes, my little sister is 12 and she has no idea what her iPod touch (4th gen) can do other than play music and take pictures/videos.
    03-23-2012 03:06 PM
  4. Sancho90's Avatar
    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.

    Sent from Sancho's Brain
    (New iPad, Tapatalk HD)
    03-27-2012 06:49 AM