For years now, Apple has really made some leaps and strides in the development of their brand and their technology, and one of their biggest claims to fame was in their ability to leverage wireless internet technology. Sure, other computer developers all came up with wireless technology and infrastructure programs that helped business easily manage and moderate their online usage, but few had a way of bringing it to the average consumer, perhaps the computer illiterate if you like, quite like Apple. Apple made it so that you really didn’t need to be a programmer or an IT manager to understand or use wireless technology and they did it with the Cloud.
The Cloud is a kind of server side storage protocol that saves your data remotely on a wireless network where you can access it from anywhere at a later time. Businesses use these systems all the time, but Apple made using the Cloud in your own home not only a nuance but a necessity in many ways – allowing users to access their home desktops from airports so that movies could be streamed and photos could be stored. And the Cloud made it easier to do what you needed to do without having to be cooped up at a home computer.