If Apple irons out the kinks, MobileMe could be worthwhile for iLife and iPhone users who want to keep data on their Macs, handset, iPod Touch, as well as Outlook mail and calendars on the same page.
Apple will automatically move the storage plans to its free 5GB option. Customers who need more storage will have to pay for it.
MobileMe will be officially shuttered and replaced with iCloud, and users will no longer be able to access unsaved data.
Apple's MobileMe service will be shuttered for good on June 30, so be sure to retrieve all of your files from it.
Those who once used MobileMe are learning that they have to slash their stored files on iCloud to 5GB, or pay for higher levels of storage.
One of the few black marks on Apple's product track record is being retired tomorrow, but parts of it will live on.
Apple's big investment in the cloud may mean the end of life for one of its early Web products. An e-mail exchange suggests that the company's iWeb software is going kaput.
The free 20GB of storage Apple offered MobileMe users in iCloud is set to end this month, so get backing up or start shelling out.
Apple's iCloud is on the horizon, bringing free back-up and syncing across all your Apple devices. But what does that mean for those who've already forked out for MobileMe?
Apple's 3-year-old MobileMe service will be no more, and is being replaced by iCloud. CNET takes a look at some things that promise to make the system more of a necessity than its predecessor.