Apples iPhone 101 iCloud
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This iPhone 101 tutorial covers Apples iCloud service. Apple’s iCloud service is designed to backup and secure your apps data and documents as well as allowing you to sync your information between your iDevices. iCloud also allows you to restore your apps and information to a new or replacement device. You must have your iCloud account active and running in order to use the sharing services of Calendar and Reminders.
Apple gives you 5GB of iCloud storage for all of your apps data, but if you require more storage space you are able to purchase this through your iTunes account either on your iDevice or through your computers iTunes.
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