iCloud User Agreement; Things You Must Know
|June 11, 2011||Posted by admin under Apple|
In order to use Apple’s hardware and software products, you have to accept the terms and conditions offered by Apple at the time of purchase. iCloud is said to be offered for free to iTunes consumers, but will have a subscription fee of $25.00 later on. So remember it because later if your credit card is charged, you might be feeling ripped off, but in actual it’s mentioned in Apple’s TOS.
For now iCloud is a free service for all iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mac users. Apple is giving you 5GB of free storage to see your contacts, emails, documents, settings, and your camera roll through iCloud. You will never lose your collection of music, books, or photos with the help of iCloud, but you must know following parts of iCloud User Agreement:
- Features of iCloud are subject to change.
- Access to some services is limited to 10 devices.
- Some features of iCloud require iOS 5 on iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch (3rd and 4th generation), iPad, or iPad 2, or a Mac computer with OS X Lion or a PC with Windows Vista or Windows 7 (Outlook 2007 or 2010 recommended).
- Some music features of iCloud are available in beta now in the U.S. only and require iOS 4.3.3 on iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 (GSM model), iPod touch (3rd and 4th generation), iPad, or iPad 2, or a Mac or PC with iTunes 10.3.
So in case if you encounter a problem, you must check whether it’s a problem or limitation according to the user agreement!