An obscure website called Consomac.fr has found in the latest developer build of Mac OS X Lion, and have found several different things of interest. First, they found hints of a new feature called “Find My Mac”, which seems to be a Mac version of the popular (and extremely useful) “Find My iPhone” service that […]
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MobileMe to ‘Castle’ Upgrade Option Found in Mac OS X Lion

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An obscure website called Consomac.fr has found in the latest developer build of Mac OS X Lion, and have found several different things of interest. First, they found hints of a new feature called “Find My Mac”, which seems to be a Mac version of the popular (and extremely useful) “Find My iPhone” service that many have used to find their lost of stolen iOS devices.

Secondly, they found hints to the ability to upgrade from MobileMe to a service currently called “Castle.” Reasonably, the report suspects that “Castle” is an internal code-name for Apple’s much-rumored forthcoming online service that will reportedly store users’ content such as photos, video and music “in the cloud.” Just recently it was discovered that Apple bought the “iCloud.com” domain name, which will likely be the name of the new service once it is launched.

Image courtesy of Consomac.fr

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