Apple Gives Additional iCloud Storage to Old MobileMe Members

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Following the transition from Apple’s paid MobileMe service to the free iCloud service, the Cupertino based company provided users with an additional 20 GB of storage as a thank you for sticking around as a user. These users were expected to be downgraded back to the standard 5 GB of … Read the Full Story →

Apple Releases ‘Find My Mac’ Developer Preview

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Find My Mac, one of the features in Apple’s iCloud service went live for developers today as part of the beta testing. The service was added to the Developer Preview 4 that was released following Apple’s annual WWDC Conference. Find My Mac is essentially Find My iPhone on a larger … Read the Full Story →

Apple Reveals iCloud Pricing and Apps

We recently reported that Apple launched iCloud beta for developers, the service brings new syncing and data storage capabilities to iOS devices. The access to iCloud.com is currently restricted to registered developers however, even without a developer account we were able to take a sneak peek at the available apps. … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iCloud To Make Backup and Restore Easier for Users

According to Macworld Associate Editor David Chartier’s source, whom he called “A little birdie”, Fifty percent of iPhone owners who have their devices swapped at the Genius Bar have never plugged them into a computer to backup or sync. Now, it seems that Apple’s iCloud could be a big hit … Read the Full Story →