iCloud
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iCloud is the Company’s cloud service, which stores music, photos, applications, contacts, calendars, documents and more, keeping them up-to-date and available to multiple iOS devices and Mac and Windows personal computers. iCloud’s features include iTunes in the Cloud; Photo Stream; Documents in the Cloud; Contacts; Calendar; Mail; automatic downloads and purchase history for content, applications and books; and iCloud Backup for iOS devices. Users can sign up for free access to iCloud using a device running qualifying versions of iOS or OS X.
FK Reading Ease
28.8

FK Grade Level
Graduate School
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  • iCloud is the Company’s cloud service, which stores music, photos, applications, contacts, calendars, and documents and wirelessly pushes them to multiple iOS devices, Mac and Windows-based computers. iCloud’s features include iTunes in the Cloud, Photo Stream, Documents in the Cloud, Contacts, Calendar, Mail, automatic downloads and purchase history for applications and iBooks, and iCloud Backup. Users can sign up for free access to iCloud using a device running qualifying versions of iOS or OS X.
    FK Reading Ease
    28.6

    FK Grade Level
    College
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  • In October 2011, the Company launched iCloud, its new cloud service, which stores music, photos, applications, contacts, calendars, and documents and wirelessly pushes them to multiple iOS devices, Macs and Windows-based computers. iCloud’s features include iTunes in the Cloud, Photo Stream, Documents in the Cloud, Contacts, Calendar, Mail, automatic downloads and purchase history for applications and iBooks, and iCloud Backup. Users can sign up for free access to iCloud using a device running iOS 5 or a Mac running Mac OS X Lion.
    FK Reading Ease
    34.4

    FK Grade Level
    College
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