We’re rounding off our month of Mac, iPhone and iPad tutorials with a syncing service that brings them all together – iCloud. Over the course of Learn iCloud Week, we’ve lined up some of the best tutorials we’ve produced to help you to get to grips with Apple’s own cloud-based syncing service. We’ve got the best guides to setting iCloud up on any device, as well as troubleshooting information to help you solve any problem you have. As ever, we’ll be finishing things off with our online iCloud Genius Bar – giving you the chance to ask questions and have your iCloud problems solved. On top of this, everyone who submits a question to the iCloud Genius Bar will be entered in to a prize draw to with something for your Mac, iPhone or iPad from our famous ‘cupboard of dreams’.
To get involved with the iCloud Genius bar, post your questions on our Facebook wall, Tweet them to uswith the hashtag #LearniCloudWeek or email email@example.com. We will answer your questions in the iCloud Genius Bar on Monday 7th May and the prize draw will follow shortly after. Everything you need to know about the prize draw is below, but before you look there check out the Learn iCloud Week tag to see all of our Learn iPad Week posts and get in touch with us with your questions! See you on the other side.
Don’t forget, for a complete beginner’s guide to iCloud, check out our iCloud for Beginners book, built in iBooks Author specifically for the iPad. It’s available on iTunes now for just £0.99/$1.99.
Terms and conditions: To enter into the Learn iPad Week online Genius Bar competition you’ll need to have submitted an iPad-related question or problem to us via Facebook, Twitter or Email (details above) by 11.59PM GMT on Sunday 6th May 2012. Out of everyone who submits a question, we’ll draw one winner at random to win a prize from our cupboard of dreams on Tuesday 8th May 2012. The prize not transferable and there are no cash alternatives. Editors decision is final. Double-entries will not be counted (you can submit more than one question, but you’ll only be counted in the draw once).