iTunes Match libraries will be wiped today, suggesting that Apple is preparing to launch the service soon. The message instructs developers testing the service to turn of iTunes Match on their computers and iOS devices while the libraries are being cleared.
Despite prior reports casting doubt on the possibility of merging Apple IDs, a new report suggests that Apple is still working on the problem.
Before Apple developed iCloud, Steve Jobs scheduled a personal meeting with Dropbox founders Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi. Jobs discussed the possibility of a nine-digit buyout of Dropbox, but the two co-founders declined his offer.
Although hope surfaced back in September that Apple would soon allow users to merge their Apple IDs, a new report from MacRumors suggests that Apple won’t be offering this any time soon.
Reports from both the LA Times and the Wall Street Journal indicate that Apple is currently in talks with movie studios to store and possibly stream movies through iCloud as early as late this year.
Those of you that have been able to download iOS 5 and OS X Lion 10.7.2 today may be wondering exactly how you set up the new iCloud features that each update includes. Apple’s here to help, and has launched an official setup guide to help you through the process.
iTunes in the Cloud is now finally rolling out to international iTunes Stores, with users in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, and Spain suggesting that the changes have already begun to go live.
Following their string of releases today, including iOS 5, OS X Lion 10.7.2, iPhoto 9.2, iWork for iOS and more, Apple has also updated Aperture, their popular image editing software, with iCloud capabilities (namely Photo Stream).
Apple has just update their iWork apps for iOS, which includes Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. The updated apps, which are available for $9.99 each, now include full support for iCloud’s new Documents in the Cloud functionality.
Following earlier releases of iOS 5, OS X 10.7.2 and iCloud, Apple has also pushed out iPhoto 9.2, bringing iCloud and Photo Stream compatibility as well as a number of improvements and bug fixes.
Now that iCloud is here, many of you may be eager to run right out and sign on – before you do, it’s important to note that iCloud requires OS X 10.7.2 or iOS 5. If you’re ready, here are the instructions for signing up for iCloud (or migrating from MobileMe).
Following the release of iOS 5, Apple has just released their 10.7.2 update for OS X Lion, bringing full iCloud compatibility to the Mac alongside various bug fixes and performance optimizations.
Apple has just released Find My Friends – a new iCloud-based iOS app that lets you locate your friends on a map, as well as share your location with them. The new service is integrated with Contacts and Maps, making it easy to find the best route to a certain place (or person).
After months of waiting, Apple will finally be releasing their iCloud service tomorrow alongside iOS 5. iCloud is Apple’s replacement for MobileMe, and features a few changes that you may want to be aware of. Here’s what you need to know.
Apple has just released iTunes 10.5, an updated version of their media management software that adds support for iCloud and iTunes Match, as well as support for the iPhone 4S and other devices running iOS 5.
Apple’s iPhone media event today played host to a number of cool announcements, including the new Siri artificial-intelligence powered personal assistant and the iPhone 4S. Apple also introduced a new feature of iOS 5 called Find My Friends, which can help you locate other iPhone, iPod touch & iPad users in real-time.