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Apple and iPhone users know that iCloud is the very worst product Apple makes. iCloud is the online storage facility that Apple uses to back up and coordinate your iTunes, contacts lists, and — as about 100 celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence have discovered — your photos. (Including those naked selfies you sent your significant other that one time, because, really, YOLO, right?) So here’s a layperson’s guide to switching off iCloud, so your naked photos don’t stay stuck in cyberspace where hackers can guess your password.
These tips are sure to get you more love on social media.
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For those wanting to keep their mobile data budgets trim, well, auto-playing videos are nothing but a hindrance, not a convenience. You can still find a way around Facebook’s Auto-play feature, but Instagram removed that ability from its current setting. This doesn’t mean there isn’t anything you can do to constrain your mobile data consumption.
Apple’s iOS 8, the latest version of the operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod, is now available. It’s pretty darn slick, and it’s what everyone who orders a new iPhone 6 will get when those devices start arriving on Friday. But the upgrade is also available for existing Apple devices. Should you upgrade right now? Maybe not. This is why.