When you are dealt a bunch of lemons, you make lemonade. The worst scenario can happen to any business. Macs, iPhones, iPads, and PCs can get stolen or damaged when you least expect it, and it usually occurs at the worst possible time. No worries, however, because a little preparation and pro-active planning can save you a lot of grief in the long run.
Jobs said: “If the hardware is the brain and the bones of our products, then the software is the soul.” This time, Apple introduced a new feature called iTunes Match.
Improved notification sync and natural language: IOS 7 will sync all of your devices and in addition it will present your daily activities in natural language. Kinda like having Siri tell you your day ahead.
If you own an iPad, it is a good idea to make a backup. You can force iTunes to make a back up so that your data is properly saved. Go to iTunes and right-click on devices list and select backup. You can also use the same feature in icloud bypass to backup as well.
If you’re planning to sell or are already distributing your book in the iBookstore, your market just quadrupled with the output of the new iBooks application for Mac. Now anyone who owns a Mac (not just an iPhone or iPad) can buy and download your book on their desktop or laptop computer.
Some people like to keep their iPhones light and do all their gaming and media on their iPad, and some people just don’t shoot a lot of pictures or video. If that’s you, you can save yourself some cash and get a 16GB iPhone 5.
Each of the above cloud storage spaces fits a certain need based on the systems and devices you have. If all you need is a data dump, then Windows Live is it. If you need synchronicity across platforms, go for Dropbox. If you are all Apple, then iCloud is your service. YouSendit is the only one that allows for emailable links to download files, which I use a lot.