Apple releases version of iOS 12.1 seems to start another beta-cycle. Hence with the software never really completed, makes a sense where Apple offers developers the users start filing bug-report. This is where the testing of a new feature is with much-awaited group FaceTime. Hence, a software release offers hints for the future. This investigates a new…
Apple officially discontinued MobileMe service on 30 June 2012. Its previous suite of online services has been replaced by iCloud.
As promised and informed to users well in advance, Apple has shut down the MobileMe web service. MobileMe was shut down last weekend on 30 June 2012.
Last year, there was some controversy over whether or not Apple’s iTunes Match service supported streaming of music or just downloading files.
We reported that the MobileMe service would be coming an end in June 2012. Now you have just few days to save your files.
Apple is involved in a new lawsuit. However, this time, no patent infringement claims are being made. Apple has been sued by Danyelle Comer, who filed suit in the US District Court for the Northern District of California.
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has briefly reported that Apple is planning to unveil an upgrade to iCloud at next month’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Recently, developer Steven Troughton-Smith noted that 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.
After iOS 5’s banner notifications, here comes the news of the banner notification system that appears to be coming to the iCloud Web site.
Apple has made the decision to extend its offer of free storage to MobileMe customer’s grandfathered into iCloud through 30 September 2012.