iCloud.com Goes Live For Everyone!
While Apple is about to release iOS 5 by the afternoon, iCloud.com is now live and everyone can use it. The giant data center is now out of beta. You can go now and head on iCloud.com then enter your Apple ID, password and everything will be yours.
Apple released the iTunes 10.5 final version yesterday for public which will be required to sync iPhone, iPad and iPod touch running iOS 5. iTunes 10.5 supports iTunes Match and iCloud.
Although iCloud.com is available for everyone, it’s an iOS 5-only service, so you’ll have to wait a bit for the big launch today.
In case you’re not aware what iCloud.com is, it’s the web portal for iCloud (previously as MobileMe), a cloud storage and cloud computing service from Apple which acts as a data syncing center for email, contacts, calendars, bookmarks, notes, to-do lists, and other data from your Mac and iOS devices from anywhere in the world.
The service is available for free for up to 10 devices connected to the with 5 GB storage. You’ll be also able to upgrade using the below options:
- 10 GB for $20 per year
- 20 GB for $40 per year
- 50 GB for $100 per year