how to Configuring ” iCloud ” on Your ” iOS Devices ” ?
It’s easy to set up iCloud on your iOS device. You can either set it up when you set up iOS 5 for the first time, or you can turn it on at any time. In either event, you’ll need an Apple ID. If you don’t already have an Apple ID, you can create one during the process.
If you previously had a MobileMe account, there are some other important considerations before you turn on iCloud on your iOS devices. Before you continue in this section, you should first read the “Migrating to iCloud from MobileMe” section, later in this chapter
How To set up iCloud on your iOS device:
1.During iOS 5 initial set up, one of the screens that you will see is the Apple ID screen (A).
If you have already gone through the iOS 5 setup process, skip to step 4.
You’ll need to be connected to a Wi-Fi network during the setup process.
(A) During iOS 5 setup, you’ll be prompted to sign in with an existing Apple ID, or
create a new one.
(B) You can sign in to iCloud in the iCloud pane of the iOS Settings app.
(C) Once you are signed in to iCloud…
(D) …you can turn on the specific services you want to use.
2.Tap Sign In with an Apple ID if you already have an Apple ID.
If you need an Apple ID, tap Create or Get (depending on the device) a Free Apple ID. You’ll be prompted through the sign-up process, where you’ll get a me.Com email address and enter a password.
3. On the Apple ID screen, enter your Apple ID and password, then complete the setup process.
4. In the iOS Settings app, tap iCloud (B).
5. Enter your Apple ID and password, then tap Sign In.
6. In the iCloud Settings panel, turn on the services you wish to use ((c) and (d)).
iCloud and the Apple TV
The Apple TV, the set-top box that lives near your television and allows you to access media from your iTunes library, rent movies and TV shows from the iTunes Store, and access a variety of Inter-net services such as Netflix, includes two iCloud services. It gives you access to your Photo Stream and to music available in iCloud using iTunes Match (see Chapter 6 for more about that).
To view your Photo Stream on your television, you’ll first need to make sure the Apple TV software is updates to version 4.4 or later (the Apple TV uses a modified version of iOS with a very different user interface). Then a new item, Photo Stream, appears in the Internet menu of the Apple TV. Naturally, if you hadn’t already set up the Apple TV with your Apple ID (as you would have needed to do to purchase rentals from the device), you’ll need to enter it before you can view your Photo Stream. Of course, if you have more than one Apple ID, you’ll need to use the one associated with your iCloud account. If you like, you can set the Photo Stream as the source for your screen saver. Or you still have the option of using one of your iPhoto albums.
How To Configuring iCloud on Your Mac
To activate iCloud on your Mac, you have to make sure that you have first upgraded to Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 or later. That update added the iCloud preference pane in System Preferences.
As with an iOS device, if you previously had a MobileMe account, there are some other important considerations before you turn on iCloud on your Mac. Before you continue in this section, you should first read the “Migrating to iCloud from MobileMe” section, later in this chapter.
How To set up and configure iCloud on your Mac:
1.From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences (A).
2. Click the iCloud icon. The iCloud preference pane appears (B).
(A) Begin the iCloud setup process by opening System Preferences.
(B) In the iCloud preference pane, enter the Apple ID you wish to use with iCloud,
as well as its password.
(C) If you already had an active MobileMe subscription, iCloud offers to begin
migrating your data.
(D) If you didn’t have a MobileMe account, choose the iCloud services you want
to use from the preference pane.
3. Enter your Apple ID and password, then click Sign In.
4. (Optional) If you already had a MobileMe account, iCloud will offer to begin the
migration process (C). If you’re ready to do that migration, click Move, then see the “Migrating to iCloud from MobileMe” section, later in this chapter.
5. In the iCloud preference pane, select the checkboxes next to the services you want
to enable (D).
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