Apple unveiled the latest iCloud iteration at today's WWDC, beefing up the the fledgling service with a bevy of new features. Here's what's new.
That's Nelson above. That's Nelson partying. That's Nelson with his girlfriend. All those pictures were taken with an iPhone he stole. Pictures that were sent back to the phone's original owner, Katy McCaffrey, through Photostream. McCaffrey posted a hilarious Facebook photo album detailing Nelson's various adventures…
Ken McLellan's iPad was stolen in December. That sucks, but hey, not much to do about it. Except now he's started getting Photo Stream uploads on his iMac from the wayward iPad, and he's trying to use the pics to track down his tablet, and maybe the thieves.
Along with the barrage of updates and novelties unleashed today from Cupertino, Apple has pushed out the Apple TV 4.4 software update, which features some new ways to stream content to your TV.
iCloud's out today! And a lot of computing lives just got easier, assuming you could get all the requisite software to download and install. But one thing isn't cloudily fun: Photo Stream. It's a mess.
iOS 5 dropped today, which is fantastic, I guess—if you own an iPhone. However, if you're like me and, well, don't but still want the same bells and whistles on your phone, might I suggest the following?