|Nov 22, 2012, 08:44 PM||#1|
Using iTunes & iCloud with just iOS devices
I am wondering if anyone out there who uses an iPhone and iPad (and even iTouch), does NOT use a PC or Laptop, but utilizes iTunes and iCloud and the syncing abilities between you iOS devices? I have had an iPad for a few months and an iPhone for over 2 years. I also have a MacBook Pro, but I've come to the realization that relatively soon (when my company enters the 21st century and starts using electronic timekeeping, currently using Numbers to email my timecard) I will not really have real need for a laptop. Everything else I use it for, I could feasibly go without my laptop.
My main concern is iTunes. I know iCloud syncs everything pretty seamlessly. Just wondering if anyone does this and if so, your thoughts? Does it work well? Does it not work well? Thanks in advance...
Late 2013 13" Retina MacBook Pro
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