Apple iCloud Welcome Email Being Sent Out Ahead of Launch

October 1, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple has begun sending out emails welcoming customers to the iCloud service, ahead of the big event on Tuesday.

On that day, the iCloud is expected to be unveiled along with the new iPhone and the iOS 5. We get to know this from a leak, which on a closer look tells us it could be a mistake as the link provided in the email is broken.

The welcome note begins by saying that the user’s email ID will become their Apple ID for their iCloud account and for setting up their iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and PC.

It gives a link to the instructions to be followed to get the service up and running. But the page at the end of the link is not yet available.

The email continues thus: Once the iCloud is set up. It stores your content and wirelessly pushes it to all your devices. For example, buy a song with iTunes on your computer, and it will appear on your iPod touch and iPad.

When you snap a photo on your iPhone it will automatically be sent to your iPad. You can start creating a Pages document on your iPhone and have finishing touches on it from your iPad. There is no need to dock or to sync with your computer. With iCloud, it just works.

The official iCloud web page says the service is coming this fall, and portions of the iCloud are being evaluated in beta versions of iOS 5.0, Mac OS X 10.7.2.

Have you got the email?


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