iCloud.com went public

Apple finally officially made iCloud public replacing MobileMe, a similar cloud service which Apple shut down the service few months ago. iCloud provides iDevice user to backup / restore data or share email, contact, calendar, reminder to all device that connected to Apple ID. On it’s website, iCloud also provides Find My iPhone, where user can locate or lock their lost device.

Apple given it’s user a free 5 GB storage but an paid upgrade also available.

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