New iCloud 2012 Updates
iCloud is one of the flagship product of Apple Inc. which is used to store files such as documents, video, and photos using Cloud Computing technologies. iCloud first introduced by Apple Inc. on June 6, 2011 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). It replaces Apple’s MobileMe service, acting as a data syncing center for email, contacts, calendars, bookmarks, notes, to-do lists, and other data.
New iCloud 2012 Updates
New iCloud Now Supports Movies
Apple announced an update to its New iCloud service, which will now support – at last – movies! The movies you purchase on iTunes will be stored in the cloud and made available for re-download to any of your iOS devices – the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
This is an extension to the New iCloud features Apple currently offers, which until now had supported the re-downloads of purchased music and apps, available both in the iTunes desktop software and on the devices themselves.
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New iCloud Will Support New Audio Format
Apple is rumored to be working on a new audio format designed to help bolster its New iCloud services by allowing “adaptive streaming” for mobile users.
Using the new method, users will be able to receive high quality audio when they are using a faster connection, like Wi-Fi, and be able to conserve bandwidth by receiving a lower quality file when they are on a 3G connection.
The Guardian says the timing of the rumor “suggests it will showcase the new streaming technology alongside the announcement of the third generation of its iPad tablet.” Apple is widely expected to hold a media event on March 7 to unveil its next iPad.
Marsal reports, “Rumors of a high-definition audio format from Apple are not new. Last February, one report claimed that the company was in talks with record labels to improve the quality of song downloads available from the iTunes Music Store.” Currently song downloads from iTunes are in the 16-bit format, but it’s said that Apple wants to improve them to a 24-bit higher-fidelity format.
New iCloud’s built right into the iTunes app on your Mac or PC and the Music app on your iOS devices. And it lets you store your entire collection, including music you’ve imported from CDs or purchased somewhere other than iTunes. For just $24.99 a year.
Here’s how it works: iTunes determines which songs in your collection are available in the iTunes Store. Any music with a match is automatically added to New iCloud. Since there are more than 20 million songs in the iTunes Store, most of your music is probably already in New iCloud. All you have to upload is what iTunes can’t match. Which is much faster than starting from scratch. Once your music is in New iCloud, you can stream and store it on any of your devices. Even better, all the music iTunes matches plays back from iCloud at 256-Kbps AAC DRM-free quality — even if your original copy was of lower quality.
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