With Apple officially closing the MobileMe service on June 30, many of our readers might be worried about losing their me.com email accounts. In two words: don’t worry. According to a new posting on Apple’s MobileMe site, those users unable to upgrade to iCloud, can still keep their legacy emails.
In June, Apple will officially shut down MobileMe for good. To encourage the last of these customers to switch to iCloud, the company is offering free copies of Snow Leopard, Apple’s seventh major release of Mac OS X.
If you have multiple MobileMe accounts managing them can be come quite a headache if they contain a lot of data. To avoid this crisis you can copy data from one account to the other, eliminate unnecessary accounts and practically merge all your data. That is exactly what we show you how to do in this tutorial.
Apple has just released a new MobileMe to iCloud transition FAQ that answers many of the questions many have had since the iCloud service was announced earlier this month. In particular, we now know that yes, users will be able to access iCloud apps on the web. However, not all of them.
For most the contacts app included on the iPhone is good enough. However, for those who are feeling unsatisfied with Apple's offering can check out the apps in this AppGuide to get more functionality. We have also updated this AppGuide to include Tacts, which is amazingly intuitive as well as feature rich.
Now, without having to pay a cent, you'll be able to re-access all your expired email, storage and calendar accounts. Even better, they actually work right now, if you have iCloud-capable software (such as a beta of iOS 5 or OS X Lion).
Several days ago, Apple unveiled it's highly-anticipated iCloud service at the company's WWDC keynote presentation. Alongside this announcement came another - that MobileMe would cease to be in one year's time. Fortunately for MobileMe subscribers, Apple is offering a variety of different refunds.
Those of us who have been enjoying MobileMe still found ourselves very curious about the rumored iCloud service and what it would mean for syncing, storage, and more. Well, we now have further details about the transition that will take place later this year.
Here is some news that could possibility be considered the first “leak” of WWDC: It is being reported that MobileMe’s billing plans are being changed. This suggests the service is going to become free, according to Túaw.
Nearly two months ago, we began hearing rumors Apple’s MobileMe service would be revamped and become a free product. In fact, one promising report indicated the change would happen sometime in April. Unfortunately, with just ten days remaining in the month, that doesn’t appear to be the case.