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Samsung Names iPhone 5 in Latest Anti-Apple Lawsuit

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Top message:  UI and Trade Dress Patents Samsung is including in the lawsuit by bluecoyote   Oct 2, 2012, 10:26 AM

Replying to:  Re: UI and Trade Dress Patents Samsung is including in the lawsuit by T Bone   Oct 3, 2012, 10:11 AM

Re: UI and Trade Dress Patents Samsung is including in the lawsuit

by Haggard    Oct 3, 2012, 10:45 AM

You do know that iCloud works for iPads and iPhones right? You get 5GB free to store anything that is on your device and continue where you left off on another device.

Just because people around you don't pay for additional cloud space doesn't mean other people don't. You and the people you know aren't the heavy users that have 5GB+ of storage that they can't rely on losing.

They did refinements along with adding support for Passbook. iCloud was established off of MobileMe's features and services genius. For someone that knows everything, you appear to not know anything. iCloud is already built into the OS and does everything that we need it to do, back up entire device, done. Restore everything from back up, done. Find my iPhone/iPad/iPod all integrated. Save contacts and update instantly once a new contact is added or a change is made. Photo Stream along with Documents and Data were updated in iOS6.

iCloud isn't something Apple is going to stop using. The cloud is the future of storage. The current offering covers a lot of ground for the device and the ability to back up all of the data on the device quickly and restore to operating state quickly as well.

Also, iCloud is a software, not an iPhone exclusive. It was talked about at WWDC this year for the iOS6 announcement.

http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-57450381-37/apples ... »

FYI, iCloud was fully integrated into their Mountain Lion OS.

"Mac OS X update: Apple wasn't all about hardware. The company said Mountain Lion, the latest version of OS X, will offer as many as 200 new features, including many more cloud services. Apple's iCloud service already boasts 125 million registered users, according to the company. Applications like mail, contacts, calendar, Messages, Reminders, and Notes will all sync up, along with a new feature dubbed "Documents in the Cloud," which can sync documents from Pages, Keynote, Preview, and TextEdit. "

Please, come back with facts, not your opinion.

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