i Cloud, by contrast, makes it confusing to "know" where your stuff is — and that's why people end up leaving naked photos in it, even when they think they've deleted them. You can delete your photos from your i Phone, but they stay inside i Cloud, clogging up space.
You delete apps from your i Phone but when you go to i Tunes on your laptop, there they all are, undeleted.
Apple and i Phone users know that i Cloud is the very worst product Apple makes.
i Cloud is the online storage facility that Apple uses to backup and coordinate your i Tunes, contacts lists, and — as about 100 celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence have discovered — your photos.
i Cloud is simply an online storage facility, like Dropbox or Google Drive or Google Music. Or, rather, i Cloud work, but the people who use it cannot figure out how it works.
When you're in the consumer electronics market, those two conditions lead to the same result.
Apple still has not fixed i Message, although the company has said it is trying to.
And Apple also says it has fixed the password security flaw in Find My i Phone that can give hackers access to your i Cloud photos.
i Cloud is also part of the reason i Message — the i Phone's default text-messaging system — doesn't work properly.As an i Phone user you probably think that the reason your Android friends don't get your texts is because their phones are cheap rubbish. It's because i Message is flawed — it's trying to find your friends in i Cloud first before giving up and then — maybe — sending the text on to your friend's phone number. If you make one wrong move inside your i Phone's i Cloud system settings, you can accidentally delete all your contacts from your i Phone!