The term iDevice generally refers to any Apple mobile and portable device. Depending on context, iDevices may refer only to products running Apple’s iOS operating system, such as iPhones, iPads and iPods, Apple’s TV (Apple’s TV uses iOS, starting with the second-generation model). iDevice is an unofficial term which has been chosen because in today’s world we define with “i” letter everything or almost everything related to Apple Inc.
MobileMe: MobileMe used to be an online membership service. Users paid for it annually. It enabled users to use their Mac from another location via the Internet, and it included e-mail, online iCal, Address Book syncing, syncing of a few preferences and capabilities, such as Keychain, online storage, remote access called Back To My Mac. The service synced information on Mac and Windows systems, so it used to be a good choice for users of multiple operating systems. It has been replaced by iCloud in October 2011.
iCloud Photo Library: iCloud Photo Library stores every photo and video you take and keeps them up to date on all your devices. Any edits you make are automatically updated everywhere, so you can view a photo from last week or last year no matter where you are.
One to One Membership: One to One Membership was a scheme Apple offered that enabled users to get personal training with a new iDevice. For a fee, training typically took place in Apple Retail Stores, in the form of an individual meeting with an Apple Genius. Apple’s One to One service was retired in 2015, with the final renewals ending on December 17, 2015.
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