Apple’s iCloud.com Website Goes Live Ahead Of iOS 5 Launch . Apple iCloud Website Prepares For Launch, Removes Beta Tag And Enables New Login . Launch of iOS 5 Draw closer to Update , Apple have been busy today preparing their new iCloud Website for Public Launch and also removed its beta tag and enabled a new Login for iOS Users. iCloud will be launching alter today along with Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 and rolled out iTunes 10.5 in preparation of iOS 5 , iCloud .
Apple is expected to Release the latest Mobile OS IPSW iOS 5 Firmware later today. Apple’s new iCloud Service has now gone Live. But you will not able to Use iCloud.com Website or iCloud until Apple Releases iOS 5 and Update Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 later today, unless you have the iOS 5 Gold Master IPSW Firmware File Installed or Updated.
Once enabled Apple’s iCloud service will sync your photos and videos directly from your iPhone camera roll as well as app data and your iOS device settings with documents from iWork apps and any changes you make to a document on one iOS device it will be automatically synced with iCloud and to your other iOS devices.
Apple iCloud Service allows users to Store Content through the Cloud Infrastructure, means you do not need to use as much space on your Computer or Mac PC. Importantly, you will not have to hurriedly sync in the the time when your are Working. iCloud will surely make all of your devices are in perfect condition to each other Syncing. iCloud will automatically Sync your Download Content on the Device to other Device. Contacts, Bookmarks, Calendars, Reminders, Notes, or to-do-lits to your iPhone, iCloud will make sure, if you decide to use it on your iPad, Mac, or iPod Touch without missing any thing.
iOS 5 Users will get Free Virtual Space of 5GB with various Price plans, if require a little more real estate plan. In case with Apple Developer Accounts, the free Space is charged on an annual basis, and $20, $40, $100 will get 10GB, 20GB and 50GB Extra Storage Space Respectively.
While the iTunes MATCH lets you store your Favorite Music Collection in iCloud for $25 a year and here is How to Subscribe and Get Access to iTunes Match with iCloud Music Library , but only for US Residents only. simply just backing up your entire music collection through iCloud, iTunes Match will also recognize the songs you have which are already on the iTunes database let you access its 256Kbps AAC File Instead.