iCloud, and the integration with OS X and iOS
Last week, Apple introduced it's upcomming cloud service iCloud. This service allows users to store photos, music, applications, iBooks, documents and contacts in the cloud. On the other hand it's used as a platform for Apple's email and calendar services.
Once you have an iCloud account (which is in fact your Apple ID), you get up to 5 GB of free online storage. Stuff that is not included in this storage limit: Photo stream, purchased music, apps and books.
This service is fully integrated with your iOS device, and your OS X Lion Mac, which will both launch this year. So taking a photo on you iPhone, means it will automatically sync this image to all your other devices, so you wouldn't have to connect your devices.Comment?