Posts Tagged ‘iCloud’
As Steven Troughton Smith discovered earlier this morning, Apple is testing a new beta iCloud portal that resides at beta.iCloud.com. The new beta version of iCloud was likely established to test additional features that will presumably launch alongside iOS 6.
In iOS 5, Apple introduced a completely revamped and intuitive notification system for iOS-based devices. Similarly, Apple announced a new iOS-esque notification system for OS X when Mountain Lion (the next major OS X installment that’s slated for release this summer) was revealed in February.
9to5Mac, a blog dedicated to breaking Apple news and rumors, claims to have details about the next major version of Apple’s personal computer media software: iTunes 11.
With roughly $100 billion in cash reserves, Apple executives and shareholders joined on a conference call this morning to discuss the outcome of Apple’s bank account.
This is the seventy-seventh episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and accurate technology related news and rumors. In this episode I discuss all Apple’s next-generation iPad unveiling event, Windows 8 Consumer Preview, AT&T’s data throttling policy and more. Links to the articles discussed in this episode:
Yesterday Apple released a new iPhone 4S commercial that highlights iCloud’s features and how your information appears seamlessly across multiple devices when you need it.
Apple Reveals OS X Mountain Lion – Messages, Notification Center, AirPlay Mirroring, Game Center And More
It’s only been seven months since Apple released OS X Lion and today, they’ve announced Mountain Lion: the next major OS X installment. While OS X Lion brought a few of the features from Apple’s “magical iPad” over to their computer OS, Mountain Lion is going to build upon that by borrowing even more features […]
Earlier today Acer demonstrated their “AcerCloud” service; sounds familiar, right? Essentially, Acer’s new cloud-based storage service is an obvious ripoff of Apple’s iCloud service – even down to the graphics used in Acer’s presentation (as pictured above and below).