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Goodbye, MobileMe – transition to iCloud with MacWorks

Whether we like it or not, Apple officially pulls the plug on MobileMe features beginning June 30, 2012.  That means you need to have everything transitioned to iCloud by that point… preferably sooner than later.  This isn't a simple transition.  Do not wait until everything breaks; we cannot fix it.  Any of you who are still using MobileMe -- more than Contacts, Calendars and Mail -- need to look into supplemental solutions to fill the [...]

2017-08-28T23:38:26-06:00April 20th, 2012|iCloud|

MobileMe FAQ for the iCloud transition

We've covered the fact that Apple discontinued MobileMe web publishing with iCloud, but we didn't know exactly what MobileMe features would disappear after the June 30, 2012.  Apple released a FAQ (frequently asked questions) for the MobileMe to iCloud transition... and it doesn't look very appealing.  If you look at the graphic to the right, you'll notice three major differences: iWeb publishing - gone Gallery - gone iDisk - gone Wow.  We know many people [...]

2017-08-28T23:39:16-06:00June 27th, 2011|iCloud|

iCloud moves your digital life to a server

Steve Jobs announced an online storage service for every Apple customer called iCloud during the WWDC keynote last week.  This new product allows Apple to move your digital life to a server in the cloud.  Apps, books, music, pictures, backups, etc. — all of the crucial data you need to maintain your digital existence will remain in the cloud even if you lose your local copy.  Let’s break it down into history and features… it’s [...]

2017-08-28T22:27:10-06:00June 12th, 2011|iCloud|