How will you use the new iCloud Photo Stream feature from Apple when iOS 5 is released? It’d be a shame to shun such an awesome new development after all. The iCloud Photo Stream is set to bring a whole new dimension to the photographs we take. Now, if you take a picture on your iPhone, it will automatically sync to all of your other Apple devices, including your MacBook and iPad! The news gets even better though, for iPad users especially! Because your shots will be synced to your iPad wherever it is (as long as it’s connected to wifi), which is awesome if you’re using a miFrame picture dock.
Even the best digital photo frame doesn’t compare to iPad
We’ve all seen those expensive looking digital picture frames in the shops, but what’s the point in buying one? They don’t have a secondary purpose, and when you’re not looking at pictures, they’re pretty useless! iPad 2 users can however get the best of both worlds – they can use their iPad as an interactive tablet, or they can pop their Apple device into the miFrame stand and have their iPad double up as a digital picture frame! Now that’s smart, right?
miFrame is the ultimate accessory for iCloud Photo Stream
The release of the iCloud Photo Stream feature will complement the miFrame stand perfectly, users will have all of their latest pictures synced without having to lift a finger – so you can just glance at the miFrame accessory with iPad when you’ve got a few new pics you want to look at. A digital photo frame is great for private viewing and for when your family come round – in fact they’re great for almost every occasion!
iCloud will add value to the complete Apple product lineup
The iCloud Photo Stream is set to be a great new addition to Apple’s already impressive arsenal of software services – and the miFrame is the perfect partner for this exciting new development. Stay looking the part and enjoy the wonders of your photography at the same time thanks to the miFrame, the Apple tablet, and iCloud Photo Stream!