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How to stay synced with iCloud

Finally, Apple has given users a way to sync their purchased music, apps and books wirelessly. With iCloud, whatever you download on one device — your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or computer — can be set to automatically download on all other devices.

For example, when you purchase a song from iTunes using your computer, it'll immediately be downloaded onto your iPad, as well. Or, if you purchase a book on your iPhone, it'll also be downloaded to your computer and your iPad.

More iCloud features, including calendar syncing and Photo Stream, will launch later this year. Until then, you can use the iCloud beta for free to sync your music, apps and books. Here's how:

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