Quiz: Head in the Clouds: The Apple iCloud Quiz
Head in the Clouds: The Apple iCloud Quiz
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About This Quiz

Apple's iCloud service offers online storage, accessible from any Apple device connected to the Internet. How much do you know about the successor to MobileMe?

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When did Apple first announce iCloud?
2.0 of 20
What online storage predecessor did Apple discontinue when releasing iCloud?
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What's the minimum version of Apple iOS required to make use of iCloud's features?
4.0 of 20
True or False: App developers for Apple iOS can design their apps to access and use your iCloud storage.
5.0 of 20
How much iCloud storage space do you get for free?
6.0 of 20
What kind of account do you need to use iCloud?
7.0 of 20
True or False: You can authorize up to five devices to use your iCloud storage.
8.0 of 20
What additional subscription-based service pairs iTunes tracks with CDs you've imported into iTunes so you can access that music from anywhere, just like iTunes purchases?
9.0 of 20
Which of these is NOT part of the iCloud backup for an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch?
10.0 of 20
How often does an Apple iOS device synchronize data with your iCloud storage?
11.0 of 20
What company filed a lawsuit against Apple in June 2011 for trademark infringement?
12.0 of 20
Apple purchased the icloud.com domain from what company?
13.0 of 20
How much does additional iCloud storage space cost?
14.0 of 20
What's the first version of Mac OS X to include iCloud integration?
15.0 of 20
Which of the following is a distinguishing feature between Amazon Cloud Drive and Apple iCloud?
16.0 of 20
True or False: Your Apple iOS device will use all of its iCloud integration features as long as you have an Internet connection.
17.0 of 20
The Web interface at icloud.com most closely resembles what other Apple product?
19.0 of 20
How long did Apple give existing MobileMe customers to switch to iCloud before sunsetting the MobileMe service?
20.0 of 20
True or False: No iCloud features were available until the iOS 5 release in fall 2011.
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