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.
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The Cupertino, Calif., electronics giant doesn't always get it right. CNET details some of Apple's biggest and most recent screw-ups.
The company's online stores were down for about 12 hours Wednesday because of an internal server error.
Apple will automatically move the storage plans to its free 5GB option. Customers who need more storage will have to pay for it.
It's iOS 8.0.2 to the rescue, Apple hopes, after a software upgrade the day before had a rough landing on thousands of iPhones.
The company also says the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus underwent rigorous testing to make sure they're up to its high standards and can withstand stress.
Apple is bulking up its iCloud offering while making it more reasonably priced. But a bad experience with the current version makes going back difficult.
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.
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.