Apple’s new iCloud service, announced at their World-Wide Developer’s Conference in June, promises to add several new features to the company’s previous MobieMe offering, while making the service free (previously $99/year).
A new post on Apple’s Developer News Page is now instructing developers to get their apps ready for iCloud Backup and Restore.
Apple seeded developers with a new OS X 10.7.2 build, 11C55. What’s especially notable about this update, however, is that it’s the first 10.7.2 seed with build-in support for iCloud, no longer requiring a separate download for iCloud support.
Following Monday’s report that Apple is already training their retail employees on iOS 5 and iCloud, a new report from 9to5Mac suggests that Apple’s global carrier partners have begun training their employees as well.
Apple released new developer test builds of OS X 10.7.2 and iCloud for Mac to registered OS X developers on Friday, continuing to show swift progress in their testing of iCloud. The updates arrived exactly one week after the previous developer seeds.
Apple has already begun training their retail employees on the upcoming iOS 5, as well as the iCloud service expected to release near the same time. This training process could be seen as a sign that iOS 5 and iCloud are very near to public release.
Following yesterday’s news that Apple has released the first developer beta of iTunes Match, a few facts have been uncovered about the new service, notably that it will support both streaming and downloading of your entire music collection!
Apple has just released the first beta of their new iTunes Match service to developers, according to an email sent out to registered developers. iTunes Match stores users’ music libraries in the cloud, allowing access to your entire iTunes library from any device.
Apple seems to be preparing a new 10.6.9 update to Mac OS X Snow Leopard in order to make Snow Leopard compatible with their upcoming iCloud service, which is expected to be released in the very near future.
Just moments ago, Apple released updated beta seeds of OS X Lion 10.7.2, iCloud for Lion beta 9, and iPhoto 9.2 beta 3 to developers to update and refine iCloud support on OS X.
Reports are surfacing of a new scam that has been affecting some Apple customers. The scam is a phishing email that disguises itself as a notice from MobileMe, and then attempts to steal users personal financial details.
Following Apple’s release earlier today of new iOS 5, iTunes, and iWork for iOS betas, it appears that Apple has also released new betas of OS X Lion 10.7.2, Safari 5.1.1, and the iCloud control panel to registered Mac developers.
Along with Apple’s release of iOS 5 beta 6 (and associated iTunes and XCode developer updates) earlier today, Apple has also released a new developer beta of iWork for iOS.
As the release of iOS 5 and Apple’s iCloud services draws closer, Apple has released a seventh build of iCloud for Mac to developers, along with an updated build of OS X Lion 10.7.2 (11c37).
Apple issued new developer seeds of OS X 10.7.2 Lion and the iCloud developer beta. The updates allow developers to begin officially migrating their MobileMe accounts to Apple’s iCloud service.
Continuing Apple’s series of iCloud-related developer releases, reports suggest that Find My Mac has now officially gone live for developers at well.