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Understand the iCloud: Tips to Perfecting Usage

If you have just purchased a Mac or another iOS system, then you may be interested in the iCloud. If Apple is used to offering a relatively closed ecosystem, the owner of an iPhone or Mac may well continue to use the web services provided by another company such as Google, Yahoo, or Microsoft. Moreover, the latter will be able to circumvent certain limits of iCloud. However, depending on the needs of each, and because it is truly integrated with macOS and iOS, the Apple Web platform features a number of features. To better understand these features, check out these icloud tips.

Like its competitors, Apple offers a suite of online services, coupled with its various devices. The iCloud includes a number of features. With Windows, Microsoft integrates many of its online services. Google and its partners do the same with Android. At Apple, smartphones, tablets, and computers can benefit from a hosted solution, which, by the way, strengthens its ecosystem. Initially named iTools, the iCloud is the latest generation of online services offered by Apple. This solution has several components, mainly for the backup and synchronization of its data.

The iCloud is the web platform linked to each Apple ID, which is somewhat equivalent to a Microsoft account. It is required to purchase media from iTunes or to download content from the iOS App Store, Mac App Store, and iBooks Store directories. It will also be needed to use iMessage, the Game Center, and FaceTime services. This account will also allow you to recover your purchases, but also to perform device “restores” (contacts, calendars, notes, tasks, photos, Safari favorites, passwords, etc.).

The Apple ID can be associated with any existing email address, but the iCloud Mail service offers to create an address of type @icloud.com or @me.com (the @mac.com identifiers are no longer available). This new address is then associated with that of the original Apple account and will allow people to use iCloud Mail online mail. To set up iCloud on a Mac or iOS device, go to the system options and the appropriate section. It will then be possible to choose the elements that must be synchronized with Apple’s servers. Each of these services can be associated with an application delivered by default on macOS or iOS.