Wednesday, September 19, 2012
iCloud set up Part 1
hee hee this blog is about my frustrations on setting up my I Cloud ---Part 2 will be my solution. I just think it is funnier this way. Ok the manufacturers APPLE recommended set up is to set up all electronic devices on the I Cloud. So I start with my Apple iPhone ---- let’s go! Check to see if you have the latest iOS revision ----- iPhone states I have iOS revision 5.1.1 which is the latest revision and I can add I Cloud............. but in the corner of reassuring me I am fine there is a download for the new wonderfully improved and latest revision iOS 6. Huh? Do I Cloud at 5.1.1 or download 6??? Okay I make a decision to use 5.1.1 and continue to enter my Apple ID. Then it says??? Account ID, cost of I Cloud information. I check for cost information. There is my credit card information asking me for my secret code??? Huh? How much is this going to cost? I thought this was free? The free stuff that needs a credit card number I have learn over the years means funny charges, with weird names will start showing up on your credit card bill. Oh and I learn once you set a password on your I Cloud account ---you can never change it! Well this has been a problem for me in the past --- I was so paranoid of the internet in the 80s that I gave all password information incorrect information. Phony birthdates, phone mother's maiden names, phone first car owned. And like more liars I could not remember all my lies!! Lol or all my passwords!! I am going back to the drawing board and go at this I Cloud set up for a different angle. When I was with ATnT they helped me with setting up apps. Sprint tells me to call customer service. Sprint customer service is young Philippine girls teaching their friends to answer phones with no training. So I will get back to this later: I will then write part 2. Of I Cloud set up.