Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Linking an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iCloud, part of iCloud Essential Training (2014).
- One of the biggest benefits of using an iCloud account…is being able to synchronize important data…between your computer and your iPhone or iPad.…For example, I always think about the address book.…It's really important to me that my address book…stays up to date on all of my devices.…So we've already set up my computer to work with iCloud,…and now I want to set up my iPad…to work with the same iCloud account.…The process here is pretty similar to…setting things up on a computer.…If you're setting up a brand new IOS device…out of the box, then this is one of the screens…that you'll see during that initial setup.…
If you have your iCloud account on hand,…then you could go ahead and sign in here.…That's one way to do it.…But please note, your Apple ID that you use…for the iTunes store and the App store…might be the same login as your iCloud account,…and that's totally fine, but they might be…two separate accounts.…If you log in on this screen, you're going to be using…the same account on this iPad for the iTunes store…
- What is iCloud?
- Creating an iCloud account
- Linking to iCloud on Mac, Windows, and iOS devices
- Managing storage space
- Synchronizing data
- Locating lost iPhone, iPads, and computers
- Working with iCloud Drive
- Setting up Family Sharing
- Transitioning work from your computer to your iPad or iPhone with Handoff
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting Up iCloud
2. Using iCloud Services
3. Working with iCloud Drive
4. Using the Photo Library
Sharing photos from iPhoto7m 12s
5. Working with Family Sharing
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