- How New iPad Users Can Really Benefit from iCloud
- Setting Up iCloud to Work with Your New iPad
- Separately Turn On iCloud Functionality for the iWork Apps
- Set Up iClouds Photo Stream Feature to Work with Your New iPad
- Use iCloud Backup to Maintain a Remote Backup of Your Tablets Contents
- Access All Of Your iTunes, App Store, iBookstore and Newsstand Purchases Through iCloud
- Information and Content Is Available When and Where Its Needed
Information and Content Is Available When and Where It’s Needed
As long as your new iPad has access to the Internet, the content you want or need from your primary computer or other iOS devices becomes readily accessible to you from your tablet. Likewise, data from your tablet can be accessed from other computers or devices. You’ll quickly discover that in addition to making your important content readily accessible, using iCloud also insures no important data or information gets lost if your new iPad ever gets lost, stolen or damaged, or if the battery goes dead.
Once you begin using iCloud, you’ll probably become reliant on it. However, in situations where your iPad won’t have access to the Internet, it’s important to plan ahead and manually download the data, files, documents and/or multimedia content you’ll want or need.