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icloud.com beta

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Apple revamps beta version of iCloud.com with iOS 7 style

Beta version of the site now shares the look and feel of Apple's upcoming iOS design revamp.

By August 14, 2013

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Apple rolls out iOS 7-inspired iCloud.com redesign

Web portal discards dark linen background for soft blue background with icons like those found in Apple's new mobile operating system.

By September 17, 2013

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Apple's iCloud.com exits beta

The new cloud services Web portal is open to all users and features revamped Find My Phone and Mail We apps.

By September 13, 2012

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Beta version of iCloud.com hints at Notes, Reminders Web apps

Apple appears to be on the verge of expanding its Web app lineup on iCloud.com with the addition of Notes and Reminders, which have cropped up on a beta version of the site.

By May 11, 2012

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Apple's iCloud.com goes live ahead of iCloud launch

Apple's iCloud.com quietly goes live for developers, putting e-mail, calendaring, and more features of Apple's iCloud on the Web. So far the site appears to be open only to Apple developers.

By August 1, 2011

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iCloud users to get @icloud.com e-mail addresses

In a changelog for Apple's latest iOS 6 beta, the company revealed the use of the @icloud.com domain for users to receive e-mail messages.

By July 16, 2012

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Apple refreshes iCloud beta with new Web apps

Web versions of the iOS Notes and Reminders apps have been spotted in the latest beta build for Apple's iCloud.

By July 3, 2012

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OS X 10.7.2 beta includes built-in iCloud

Apple has released another beta of OS X 10.7.2 to developers, which now includes iCloud services built-in as opposed to being a separate installation.

By September 12, 2011

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How to password protect your iWork documents

Apple recently updated its iWork suite of apps and services to include password protecting specific documents.

By January 24, 2014

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iCloud gets tested and priced

Skype releases and then pulls its iPad app, Microsoft stops publishing the locations of millions of mobile and Wi-Fi devices, and Apple opens up iCloud.com for testing and reveals pricing for extra storage.

By August 2, 2011