We are having our monthly meeting and will be covering iPhoto and iCloud. Meeting is from 2:00pm to 4:00pm and held at the East Central Ohio Educational Service Center.
As things in the technology world go, iCloud doesn’t have much… thingness. It’s not a physical object you can touch, and it’s not a piece of software you can install. It’s not a Web site—at least, not entirely. You can’t buy it, although you may opt to pay for a couple of optional extra features. Referring to iCloud as though it were a single entity is misleading. The name iCloud is, in fact, nothing more than an arbitrary label given to a collection of features, services, settings, and APIs (application programming interfaces), joined by a common thread of relying on communication over the Internet between your Apple devices (Macs, iOS devices, and Apple TV) and Apple’s servers in the cloud.