Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
iCloud By Apple
Another in the league of ‘i’, Apple has now come up with iCloud which is a much reformed and systemized setup of what was initially called the iTools. It’s not merely an updated version of its precedent but is an overall enhanced and user friendly utility by apple. Perhaps, the best thing about iCloud is that it keeps all your technical ‘tools’ compiled in one location hence you are able to track and access them using any of the devices and gadgets from Apple.
The hype of iCloud not only talks about massive storage of images, videos, documents but also leaves one to say good bye to the much used flash drives popularly known as USB and other such plug-ins. Therefore, the actual charm lies in the fact that if you take snaps from your iPhone from any place in the world, the iTV that you have installed at your home will be able to access those images right there and then, hence leaving no dearth to connectivity with your loved ones at home.
In addition to this, the application is also viable for your other gadgets such as your iPod, iPad and even Mac. Though the storage capacity of iCloud is at most to a thousand and that too for duration of a month, there is always an option to store them up somewhere where there is ample of disk space. Plus, another enticing feature is of the finding phone one in which in instances of loss you can locate it and safeguards it by keeping a security alarm or newer ways of simply locking it.
Being the latest creation of Apple, the iCloud is composed of an inherent system that keeps your programs and the useful data intact and without any cost whatsoever. Moreover, unlike iTools it does not fall heavy on the pocket and with a backup of up to 5GB storage capacity, it comes out to be adequate for the beginners for considerable period of time since your documents, videos, pictures etc are not entitled to consume up this available space.
With iCloud there is absolutely no reason you should worry about the data you had lost accidentally. The iCloud itself takes up the responsibility to store your valuable content for you and for which all you have to do is to stay linked with your Wi-Fi all the while keeping it plugged-in.
With so much being offered in terms of advantages and comfort, it’s no wonder it is the most sought after among the many of the apple products. Although, many of the 3G wirelesses might find iCloud a bit on the heavier side for some specific data, on an aggregate the advantages outweigh in comparison to what many of the plug-ins offer to its users. The facility is a plus point for all the users who possess more than one gadget of the Apple.
In this fast paced world when everyone is looking for easy and hassle free dealings, why tangle yourself in unnecessary wires and plugs when you have iCloud at your call?