One of the first things most people want to do when they get a new Apple device is make sure their mail, contacts and calendars are setup.
If you just purchased your 5th iPhone or you are new to the platform, this guide will help you use iCloud to get some of your most important information setup on your new device. If you use iCloud Drive you will definitely want to add the new app (that debuted with iOS 9) to your home screen.
In this post, I’ve presented 20 different online storage service providers with their free offerings, minimum-maximum paid volume plans and finally derived the per-gigabyte storage costs.
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Welcome to here’s the thing, your source for practical tips, advice, and how-tos about the gadgets you use each day. Up until now, the so-called digital hub for Mac users has been … well, your Mac, meaning that you’ve had to connect your iPhone and or iPad to your Mac desktop or laptop to share your tunes, snapshots, contacts, and calendar events between devices.

Now, the idea is that instead of your Mac being your primary repository for your digital goodies, you’ll use iCloud instead. But doesn’t Apple already have a service, called MobileMe, that lets you wirelessly share calendars, contacts, email and photos? Email, calendars, and contact sharing: As with the old MobileMe service, your email, calendar events, and contacts—including new entries and any changes—will be shared instantly across your various Apple devices, except iCloud will do it all for free rather than $99 a year. You won’t be able to stream those songs on-demand, but you will be able to download them to, say, your iPhone or iPad from anywhere, as long as you have an Internet connection. That may sound like a handy feature at first blush, but looked at another way, you’re essentially paying $25 a year for the convenience of downloading songs that you already own.
Also available now: the ability to download already purchased apps and e-books to any of your Apple devices.
The most popular services many people use to sync this information comes from Google and Microsoft.

So, what is “iCloud,” exactly—what will it do, when will it arrive, and more importantly, how much will it cost? As of now, Apple says, MobileMe is essentially no more, and iCloud will be free (or mostly free, at least—more on that in a moment).
Instead of streaming your music on demand, iCloud will let you re-download any music your bought from iTunes directly to any of your devices. However, Apple has continued to push iCloud forward and it is arguably the best option for those who use multiple Apple devices. Here I’ve prepared a table to show the lowest possible cost of per gigabyte online storage at the current market price.

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