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Daily Mail explains to its readers that the iCloud is not, in fact, an actual cloud

Wait a minute – it’s not a real cloud? Like in the sky?

ALL THIS TALK of iClouds lately has left some people very confused. What is an iCloud? Is it in any way similar to a regular cloud?

Don’t worry though – the Daily Mail have explained the differences in today’s paper.

The moment you snap a photo with an iPhone, for instance, a copy is uploaded – not to an actual cloud – but to a bank of gigantic humming and whirring computers in vast warehouses thousands of miles away in California or North Carolina.

Get that, folks? The iCloud is NOT AN ACTUAL CLOUD.

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