On the iDevice you enable iCloud for only those services that you want to sync, leave it off for those you don't want to sync with the cloud. You can choose to sync Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Reminders, Safari, Notes, Passbook, Photo Stream, and Documents & Data. You can also enable Find my iPhone and use iCloud to backup your phone. Just enable whatever you want to use and leave the rest off.
I am a little confused. My Verizon phone was able to roam on GSM because they used TDMA. Tell it was shutdown. The phone recognizes it as Analog. If PCS has TDMA, It could be technically be used on GSM.
Originally Posted by Tabla
Y'know, I'm used to hysterical 14-year-old ******** on the internet, but this is exceptional. Never before in human history have so many nerds hyperventilated so publicly over so little.
Just that. I don't want the calendar from my PC on the cloud. I'd like to sync one of my Apple devices with my PC and have the other one automatically sync from the cloud.
You cannot choose iCloud and PC synchronization for the same device without duplications and undesired deletions. To get commonality of contents between the two devices, they have to be synchronized to the same repository. If you synchronized one device to the PC only, its contents will never make it to the device using iCloud only.