iCloud on iPhone 5 Will Primarily Replace iTunes Locally

The iCloud proposition from Apple will replace the iTunes feature going forward. The users will be able to download, store and playback custom music tracks or videos on their iCloud space on the move. The robust 5 GB space will cover up for the space constraints on overloaded iPads and iPhone equipments. Over the years, iTunes has witnessed one too many and too frequent updates. The users have also faced issues and concerns in accessing information or transferring it to other compatible iOS devices using iTunes. However, all that will be history now as users will be able to access their data virtually over the iCloud technology.

The information in the form of music files, data files, apps, videos and other miscellaneous data types will automatically be synced up using the smart iCloud feature. The users will be able to capitalize on the core business functionalities in just about no time at all. One of the huge benefits that the application stands to offer is that the manual steps required in the erstwhile approaches will now be reduced to nil.

The solution is yet to be released formally and will be packaged as part of iOS 5. The latter is expected for release lined up in mid half of October.

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