Aug 24


Just a quick heads-up: Apple has decided to open the iWork for iCloud beta to all registered users. The beta can be accessed via the standard iCloud page, and gives you a full access to a in-browser version of iWork. » Apple Opens iWork for iCloud Beta To All Users

Aug 16


Apple has just released the sixth beta version of iOS 7 to developers and is available as an over-the-air update and via Apple’s Developer Center to existing beta testers. According to the latest rumors Beta 6 should be released next week, however, as Apple noted in the Developer Center, this is just a small patch to fix a bug. The release fixes anissue with iTunes in the Cloud, where some purchases may download or play unexpected items.” It is still possible that a new beta “Beta 7” will be released next week. » Apple Seeds iOS 7 Beta 6 To Developers To Fixes Bug

Aug 15


Macrumors reported that the iCloud.com beta page has received a makeover with new icons from iOS 7. New icons for Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders and Find My iPhone have been added, but ¬†iWork for iCloud is still using the older-style icon. » iCloud.com Beta Gets iOS 7-Inspired Makeover

Oct 06


Last year, when Apple closed the pay-service MobileMe and replaced it with the free iCloud, Apple gave an additional 25GB of storage to former MobileMe users as a thank you. This “gift” was supposed to expire in September this year. But now Apple wrote that they will continue offering complimentary storage for an additional year “As a thank you to our former MobileMe members who moved to iCloud, we have extended the complimentary storage upgrade they received until September 30, 2013. This extension applies to accounts moved to iCloud between October 12th, 2011 and August 1st, 2012.» Extended Complimentary iCloud Storage For Former MobileMe Members

Aug 02


As of today, visitors to MobileMe.com are no longer given the option to convert their accounts to iCloud or to retrieve old photos and files, with Apple now simply pointing users to iCloud. Apple also officially discontinued its iWork.com service, automatically redirecting visitors to the main Apple home page.

Jul 02

This weekend Apple did shutdown MobileMe in favor of iCloud, Apple today sent out an email to users of its beta iWork.com service reminding them that it too will be discontinued on July 31. “iWork.com launched as a free beta in January 2009, with Apple intending to eventually offer the service with tools for collaboration on iWork documents for a fee. The service never exited beta, however, and with iCloud offering new options for moving documents around the company has decided to eliminate the program”. You can find the email after the break. » Apple Reminds Users Of iWork.com Discontinuation On July 31

May 11

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As noted by Steven Stroughton-Smith (via 9to5Mac), Apple appears to be testing a revised iCloud.com portal at beta.icloud.com that shows two additional icons for Notes and Reminders in the background of the login screen. The standard iCloud.com portal displays only icons for Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Find My iPhone, and iWork.

» Apple Brings Notes and Reminders to iCloud.com With iOS 6

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