iCloud: Visual QuickStart Guide
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Learn how to use Apple's iCloud service to share your content across all your devices. This indispensable guide to Apple's iCloud service walks you through how to share songs, photos, books, apps, files, email, contacts, and calendars across your PC, Mac, and iOS devices. You will learn how to create and manage documents and edit them on any device, with iCloud keeping the files up to date. Find out how to back up important information via the cloud. You will even discover how to find people and locate misplaced devices!
has generally got a pretty good set of spam filters. On my iCloud account (and before that on my MobileMe account) spam rarely gets through to my Inbox. And from a security standpoint, iCloud Mail uses the HTTPS protocol, which encrypts all traffic to and from the website; it’s the same level of security used for online shopping. Using the Mail Application Besides working with messages, mailboxes, and folders, Mail lets you customize it so that it works the way you want it to. To resize
iCloud mail is HTML mail, which supports this sort of text styling. 8. When you are done composing your message, click the Send button. * * * Tip If you click the Save button at the right edge of the Style toolbar, it saves the message as a draft, and files a copy of the message in the Drafts mailbox. You can then close the message window without sending the message and return to it later to finish it up. * * * To reply to or forward mail 1. Click to select a message in the
header in the list. * * * To delete a folder 1. Click to select the folder in the Mailboxes and Folders list. 2. Click the Actions button at the upper right corner of the window, then from the resulting pop-up menu, choose Delete Folder. iCloud will ask you if you’re sure you want to delete the folder and its contents. 3. Click Delete. * * * Tip Remember that because your iCloud email account is synchronized across all your devices, folders that you create or delete on the
(Optional) You can tap the Return key and enter more tasks. 5. On an iPhone or iPod touch, tap the Done button. On an iPad, tap somewhere other than the line you’re typing in, or tap the Hide Keyboard key . The new reminder appears in the list. 6. To adjust the reminder’s details, tap it in the list. A Details screen or popover (on the iPad) appears . On the Details screen, you can choose to set a reminder date or location, or you can add other information to the reminder. On this screen,
and address . You’ll also get two new options, When I Leave and When I Arrive. Choose one of these. If you choose to be reminded at a location, you can also choose whether that reminder triggers when you leave or arrive at the location. 10. Tap Done. * * * Tip Location-based reminders are associated with the iPhone 4 and 4S. They don’t work on earlier iPhones, the iPad, or iPod touch. Reminders with location information still appear on those other devices, but the location-specific