In July subscribers to Apple's eWorld online service will get a belated birthday gift--full access to the Web.
At the service's one-year anniversary, Apple Computer officials claim 90,000 subscribers. To mark the occasion the company is now selling a new release of the online service called Golden Gate.
The upgrade offers expanded Net access, including Usenet newsgroups, FTP file servers, and TCP/IP transport access.
In addition, the email system has been enhanced with routines, or agents, that file, process, and respond to messages.
A Windows version of the software will be released later this year, company official say.