Apple Shutsdown It’s Cloud Service MobileMe



Apple is doing some inhouse cleaning these months. First it is rejuvenating the search problem within the app store via a new Ui and search functionality and then today it has retired its paid cloud service MobileMe, following a several year process led by former CEO Steve Jobs to pack up the product for good.


For MobileMe users who haven’t yet moved their files and photos to iCloud, data can still be retrieved — Apple notes on its homepage that it has extended the deadline to move content. However, Mac users without memory to support OS X Lion needed to run iCloud will be unable to make the switch.


But the is god new though, iCloud, which is free to users with an iOS 5 device, is a one up product by Apple replacing MobileMe.

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Via Mashable

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