It looks like that it will be the first time I cover something related to Apple and honestly I hope it won’t be the last! We all know that Apple has just released their newest mobile operating system iOS 5 for a range of devices including iPhone, iPod Touch and of course iPad. Along with that, in this upgrade, Apple also officially opened up one of theirs long-awaited services based on the cloud technology iCloud.
iCloud is an idea place for ifans to store their data on the Apple ‘s servers, which may be music, pictures or documents. Not only does it help you back up your precious data, iCloud also plays a central role to distribute your data across various devices so that you will never miss any content while using iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
For more convenient and flexible, Apple also releases a specific application for Windows users to help them manage iCloud from the desktop. If you own an iOS device but not using Mac OS X, this application will be a must- have utility. Here in this article, I take a glimpse at iCloud Control Panel, a Apple backed the software on Windows environment to manage iCloud. You can follow the link in the bottom lines to download it and get started.