Next week Apple will be holding their “Let’s talk iPhone” event that is thought to be about the next version of iPhone. It is also believed the company will announce the launch of the next version of its iOS operating system. The company also has its iCloud service in the pipeline that should be available around the same time. Today we can tell you that iCloud emails have been sent out ahead of the iOS 5 release.
An article on AppleInsider is reporting that one of its readers has contacted them and said they received an email welcoming them to iCloud. It what seems like a mistake the email advises the user his email address is the Apple ID that will be used to get all his devices set up for the new service.
There is a link in the email that is to take the user to an instruction page that is to help you get everything working in no time. Currently though the instruction page is not working, so it is obvious the email was sent out too early during some internal testing.
The email also says once you have sent up iCloud, all your content will be stored and can be sent out to all your devices. It mentions that if you purchase a music track via iTunes it will appear on your iPod Touch and iPad. The email continues that if you take a photo on your iPhone, it will automatically appear on your iPad.
Apple’s new iCloud service along with iOS 5 is being looked forward to by many fans of the company, and will really simplify sharing content between user’s devices. Are you looking forward to the iCloud service?
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