Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video What is iCloud?, part of iCloud Essential Training (2014).
- In this movie, I want to start by clarifying…what iCloud is.…iCloud is an online service offered by Apple.…Really, you can think of it as a collection of services…all attached to the same log in.…The main focus of iCloud is making it so that you can access…certain important information on multiple computers.…You can access iCloud directly on your computer,…but iCloud also has a website interface so you can…even access your data on iCloud even if you're using…a computer that doesn't belong to you…just by logging into the iCloud website.…
iCloud also works with iOS devices, iPhones, iPads, iPods.…If you set up your iCloud account on your computer…and your iPhone, you can access that important information…on both of them.…What sort of information are we talking about?…Think about your address book, your calendar,…and the bookmarks that you have in Safari.…If you have multiple computers and iOS devices,…you probably want those things to be the same…on all of those devices.…
One of the core features of iCloud is synchronizing.…
- 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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