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Beta Status Removed From iCloud.Com Just Ahead of iOS 5 Launch

A little more than a week ago Apple launched iPhone 4S, Next generation iPhone during “Let’s talk iPhone” event. In addition to that Apple also released iOS5 GM(Gold Manager) for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices. Yesterday just before the launch of iOS5, Apple has also released the final version of iTunes 10.5 for both Windows and Mac Systems.

Now things have moved even further as it is expected that iOS5 will be launched today, Apple has updated the iCloud.Com website by removing the Beta status. Addition to that, Apple has set up a new login screen asking “Apple ID and Password”.

Apple’s iCloud services will enables you to save your personal documents, favorite music, files and pictures onto an online storage which can later be accessed from iPhone, iPad,iPod Touch, Apple TV, Mac or Desktop PC devices through both iTunes or iCloud Website . It provides a single way of access to your data from any Apple platform which cold be your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac, Apple TV, Windows using iTunes or iCloud portal. It will replace existing MobileMe service and allow you to transfer your MobileMe account data into iCloud along with FindMyiPhone and FindMyMac features.

We have already seen announcements of iTunes last night followed by iCloud.com update and finally all we are waiting for iOS5 which is expected to be available anytime today afternoon.

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