Apple releases new iCloud ad; shows everything but the kitchen sync

Apple releases new iCloud ad; shows everything but the kitchen sync
A new Apple commercial for iCloud shows how easily and quickly things you do on your Apple iPhone 4S show up elsewhere in the Apple ecosystem with the technology. Features like email and Find my iPhone features are now covered under iCloud and are free. But that isn't even the focus of the ad. The spot shows how you can add an app to your handset and have it pop up on the Apple iPad. Photos, music and video can sync back and forth from your phone to your Mac or PC without a cable. As of last month, Apple had 85 million iCloud users.

Right now, Apple offers 5GB of storage for free and additional storage can be purchased in lots of 10GB, 20GB or 50GB for $20, $40 and $100 a year respectively. Does this mean that Siri has been fired from her role to promote the Apple iPhone on television? Let's just say that we probably have not seen the last of Apple's voice-activated personal assistant.

source: YouTube via RedmondPie


1 Comment

1. jamrockjones

Posts: 345; Member since: Oct 26, 2011

Google did that first. Google Books, Picasa, Google Calendar, all of those sync to your other devices!

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