iCloud is live?

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  1. NorfolkMustard macrumors regular

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    that takes you through the process but then shows developer requirements.

    iCloud site is still developer only too https://www.icloud.com/
     

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  3. JohnnyQuest macrumors 65816

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    Says you must be a developer in order to "move."
     
  4. bmms8 macrumors 68020

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    its been live, yes. its for developers though. but if you have 10.7.2, which you obviously do, then yes its live.

    personally, i love icloud.
     
  5. djransom macrumors 68040

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    Thanks for the link I was able to move my ME account as well.

    I'm NOT a developer and had no issues moving my account.
     
  6. rwilliams macrumors 68040

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    iCloud has been live for non-developers for weeks. The thing is, there's no rhyme or reason as to who can log in and who can't. I'm not a developer and I've been able to get in for some time now. I have everything but iWork already configured in iCloud.
     
  7. mattpreston11 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Maybe it has been live for weeks, only just tried it.

    still on 10.7.1
     
  8. stridemat Moderator

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    Me to. Im not really sure how I managed it :confused:

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  9. johnray10 macrumors member

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    let me start off by saying i am a current MobileMe subscriber.

    with that said, i no longer use the service whatsoever. my me.com address somehow got into some kind of junk email web and i receive so much junk through that address that it makes it unbearable. i have talked to apple support and tried many options to get rid of all this junk, but nothing works. it wouldn't a big deal, but the me.com server, or whatever controls it, isn't smart enough to sort them into junk correctly. i always have like at least 10 emails a day that are pure junk and its frustrating to have to move and delete all those pointless messages everyday, so i stopped using it completely.

    my question is if i recover that me.com id for iCloud, will i continue to receive the junk? (iCloud includes a free email, correct?) or will it be some kind of new server or something? my guess is that i will continue to receive it since its the same address. if thats so, how do you go about making a new me.com address for when iCloud, iOS5 and the iPhone 4S are released? can you do it yet or do we have to wait?
     
  10. Nioxic macrumors regular

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    My iphone 4 is in for repairs.. so i dont dare moving anything yet :p
     
  11. rwilliams macrumors 68040

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    When you install iOS 5 on your devices or setup the iPhone 4S, one of the setup steps will be configuring iCloud and selecting an @me.com account. It will verify that the account name you choose has not been taken, and if it has, will make recommendations.
     
  12. johnray10 macrumors member

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    ok thank you. I'm leaning towards setting up a new one, I'm just kinda bummed because my old me.com address is my first initial last name and i liked using that. do you think i should recover it or will it have the same problems?
     
  13. rwilliams macrumors 68040

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    I can't imagine that you won't have the same problems with your current address. If it's already known to spammers, the only thing that will help is setting up a lot of filters.
     
  14. johnray10 macrumors member

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    thats what i figured. thank you
     

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