If you've seen the premise of the Sex Tape, which surely will have more up-front and personal shots of Jason Segel's penis, their sex video is "accidentally" uploaded to Apple's Cloud and seen by millions. GQ calls Apple support to find out if this is at all possible. It's not. Satisfied? Now you don't have to see the movie.
Videos can be backed up to iCloud, but what that means is the video would be saved as, like, a backup. But you wouldn't be able to share it with anyone. No one can go into the iCloud and watch the video.
Okay. So let's say I made my sex video, and somehow it got into the Cloud, and then I gave iPads as gifts to a hundred of my friends and family. What are the chances they would ever get that sex video on their iPads?
Impossible. They can't connect to your iPad over, like, a network and just get info. You would be the one who has control.
Okay, that's so good to know. Do you guys have an official policy on sex videos? I assume you probably hear from people like me a lot.
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