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With MobileMe iDisk, you can view and share the files on your iDisk right from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. (MobileMe subscription required.)...
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When trying to access the MobileMe iDisk in the Finder, you may run into a problem where the disk will not mount and will give an error stating "Your iDisk is unavailable."
In what would have been an otherwise mundane update, Apple has released its MobileMe iDisk App for iOS 4, including support for iPad. The update may also hint at possibilities of a cloud-based iTunes in the works.
In what would have been an otherwise mundane update, Apple has released its MobileMe iDisk App for iOS 4, including support for iPad. The update may hint at possibilities of a cloud-based iTunes in the works.
The latest update for iWork on iPad adds support for saving documents to MobileMe iDisk as well as the ability to export documents in more native Microsoft Office formats.
Apple's latest bout of knowledgebase updates includes a number of small pointers for people using their iPhones.
In the realm of updates this week, Apple has added increased support for RAW images and made some updates to its MobileMe iDisk iPhone App.
Occasionally, when using one of the many great features included with MobileMe, users will encounter an error telling them their iDisk is full.
MobileMe iDisk app finally comes to the iPhone. The app, which lets users access their iDisk storage on the go, was first announced at last month's WWDC.
Since WWDC's array of announcements, one product has been anticipated by more than a few Apple fans--namely, the iPhone iDisk application. Here is a quick look at what the application brings and my first impressions.
Like similar apps, iDisk lets you access, view, and share files on the run. Unlike similar apps, iDisk requires a subscription to Apple's MobileMe service, which costs $99 per year.