Finally Apple has rolled out their much awaited operating system iOS 5 along with great feature iCloud, which lets users to access their photos, videos, apps and more on any iOS devices across the cloud.
iOS 5 may not be available for some users yet as usually these things take a while to propagate thoughout all regional iTunes stores. iOS 5 is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, third- and fourth-generation iPod touch, as well as both iPad 1 and iPad 2. However, some features are resource-intensive and thus only available on recent devices. Note that Siri, an intelligent personal assistant users can converse with, remains exclusive to iPhone 4S for the time being.
Evergreen Apple CEO late Steve Jobs has announced their new innovations iOS 5 and iCloud in the last WWDC. Now Steve is not with us to see the much awaited features comes out of the screen. iOS 5 comes bangs with huge set of features in which the major one’s are improved notification center, iMessage, Newsstand app, Reminders and lot more.
Apple also made the iCloud.com website live for the public today. With Apple’s iOS 5 and iCloud you are definitely going to experience a new interface on your iDevices. Have a look on the below video for the iOS 5 features.