ICloud with Mac OS X Lion

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I have a Mac with OS X Lion.  I am working on setting up my iCloud account after creation of my Apple account.  In researching iCloud, it seems this is a tool I absolutely want to have, but I cannot seem to understand what all will be connected for me?  For example, I have an iPhone and a Mac.  Will I be able to access my Mac applications on my iPhone with iCloud?  Will I be able to back up my Mac or iPhone with iCloud in the event I lose information?  Thank you for your assistance.

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ICloud with Mac OS X Lion

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Of course, with iCloud, you can backup both your iPhone Smartphone and your Mac PC. You just need to use iTunes for the task. To use iCloud, you need to have an Apple ID as what the Apple App store always require. Aside from backing up your devices with iCloud, you can also synchronize your devices.

To download the latest iTunes, visit Download iTunes 12.1. For users with Microsoft Windows, it is compatible with Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. This is the 32-bit version. If you are using a 64-bit operating system, don’t download this one. For 64-bit Windows users, visit iTunes 12.1.0 [64-bit].

The 64-bit version doesn’t support Microsoft Windows XP. It is compatible with 64-bit Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. Since you are using a Mac PC, the latest version is compatible with Mac OS X 10.7.5 Lion and higher.

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