Oct 12 2011
iCloud service which has been in the talking for a while now is out of the beta phase and is available for the general public. Though till now we haven’t seen the official public release of iOS 5 or the Mac OSX 10.7 Lion which are required for setting up the account over the iCloud, but it’s only matter of hours till those get publicly released.
iCloud service allows us to store data , such as music, videos, books, application data and backups, from your Mac and iOS devices in Apple’s cloud,so its easy to manage and share the data with other devices which can be connected to the services. Upto 10 devices can be connected for free with 5GB of Storage Space and with upgradable options if you run out of the 5GB space with upgrade options like 10 GB for $20 per year, 20 GB for $40 per year or 50 GB for $100 per year.
In other news iTunes 10.5 was also pushed so that the users can upgrade their Operating Systems to iOS 5 when it releases.[via - NeoWin]