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iOS 5 Photostream: what's in it for an iPad 1?

 
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One thing I haven't been able to wrap my head around is Photostream.

I see a tab for it in the Photos app, but I just don't get it. Is that because I have an iPad 1 and it's only useful for devices with built-in cameras?
 
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I haven't used this new feature yet, but there is a nice introductory page here: http://www.apple.com/icloud/features/photo-stream.html.

It's all about photos in the cloud though. So all of your iDevices must be iOS 5 and be set up to use the cloud. Then when you snap a pic, I assume, you have the option to store that pic in the cloud....which you can then access from any idevice you own.

That's what I'm getting from a quick glance.
 
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