As multiple services that comprise Apple’s new could-based initiative go online today, the iCloud website no longer carries the “Beta” moniker, suggesting that the service is live to the general public. I can confirm. I just logged in myself. That said, end-users need OS X Lion 10.7.2 or iOS 5 installed on their machines- a […]
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iCloud.com No Longer Labeled as ‘Beta’, iTunes in the Cloud now Rolling Out in Other Countries

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As multiple services that comprise Apple’s new could-based initiative go online today, the iCloud website no longer carries the “Beta” moniker, suggesting that the service is live to the general public. I can confirm. I just logged in myself.

That said, end-users need OS X Lion 10.7.2 or iOS 5 installed on their machines- a vital component Apple has yet to officially release. No worries though, it’s due out by the end of the day.

Along similar lines, Apple appears to be in the process of rolling out “iTunes in the Cloud” internationally. Of course, iTunes in the Cloud, is a sub feature of iCloud, that allows users to redownload content previously purchased on from the iTunes Store at no extra charge.

The full list of countries that iTunes in the Cloud is going live for is spotty at best. Confirmed recipient countries include: Australia, Canada, France, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, and UK.

Hold in there baby- iCloud is launching.

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