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Daily Mail Clarifies That The iCloud Is Not An Actual Cloud

Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduces Apple's next generation computer operating system Mac OS X Lion, the mobile operating system
Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduces Apple's next generation computer operating system Mac OS X Lion, the mobile operating system iOS 5, and the internet storage service iCloud during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco on May 6, 2011 in California. Apple chief executive Steve Jobs kicked off the company's annual conference for software developers here Monday during which he is expected to unveil an online music storage service called iCloud. Jobs, who has been on medical leave since January with an undisclosed ailment, took the stage to a standing ovation shortly after the music sound system at the Moscone Center here blared out James Brown's hit 'I Feel Good.' AFP PHOTO/ KIMIHIRO HOSHINO (Photo credit should read KIMIHIRO HOSHINO/AFP/Getty Images)

Oh, Daily Mail. Where would we be without your informative explanations?

Over the weekend, an anonymous hacker stole and released nude photos of several celebrities by accessing their iCloud accounts. People had a lot of questions, like, how did this happen? Is Apple to blame? How can we improve security?

But the Daily Mail decided to tackle some simpler questions first, like, "What IS the iCloud?"

We know it can be confusing, so here's the Daily Mail to clear that up for you:

(h/t: The Guardian)

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