#241: iCloud in 2015
February 16th, 2015 · 99 minutes
David and Katie discuss the state of iCloud in 2015, where you should trust it, where you should take a pass, how it integrates with other services and peek at the new Photos.app.
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Links and Show Notes
Links for this episode:
- Apple - iCloud - Everything you love, everywhere you go.
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