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.
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…
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.
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).