Alongside the release of iOS 6 beta 3 to developers, Apple has now begun rolling out iCloud.com email addresses to iCloud mail users, making a transition away from the “me.com” addresses associated with MobileMe.
Apple has now activated a new iCloud.com beta site for registered iOS developers featuring the two new web apps, as well as new beta versions of other iCloud.com apps.
After Mobile Me was terminated by Apple on June 30th, another legacy cloud service, iWork.com is also going to the grave Apple announced today.
Following the launch of iCloud last year, Apple placed an official expiration date on Mobile – the service that it replaced. That expiration date has now arrived, and as of midnight ET on June 30, MobileMe has officially been shut down.
As we warned back in May, Apple is shutting down MobileMe this Saturday, June 30. After that, it’s an iCloud world. There’s still time to get your stuff migrated over to iCloud or another service.
Apple is currently experiencing a major outage affecting a number of their online services, including iCloud, iMessage, the developer center, and even the iTunes store. The issue appears to be fairly widespread, affecting a large number of users.
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If you still use Mobile Me, you need to switch, and fast. Apple has sent a reminder out to all those who haven’t yet made the move to iCloud that the service is ending in thirty days time.
Sometimes criminals demonstrate such a remarkable level of stupidity that it’s almost painful to think about – like the cruise line worker who took personal pictures on a stolen iPhone without disabling Photo Stream…
If you haven’t made the transition from MobileMe to iCloud yet, maybe because one of your iOS devices doesn’t meet the specs, or your Mac is too old to run Lion, this article could help you save your email and calendars.
Taking its push for a “clean” iCloud to Apple’s Cupertino campus this week, Greenpeace projected images onto the main building of Apple’s corporate headquarters.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is planning significant upgrades and improvements to iCloud.
In their latest push to get customers to move to iCloud, Apple has increased the deadline for MobileMe users to claim 20GB of free iCloud storage to September 30th.
Apple is apparently testing a new web-based notification system on their iCloud website. The notification appears similar to notifications on iOS 5, but only displays “dummy” text, suggesting that the feature was added to the site before Apple intended.
With an increasing number of apps allowing users to store their documents in iCloud, Apple customers will be faced with choosing between iCloud and Dropbox. Fortunately, there is a way to sync iCloud documents with Dropbox.
In an apparent effort to drive increased iCloud adoption, Apple is offering free OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard DVDs to MobileMe customers so that they can upgrade to OS X Lion and migrate their accounts to iCloud