Apple’s iCloud goes into a beta test mode , with the official site iCloud.com now a host to the beta signup page for a developer only preview of the cloud madness. For those on iOS5 and Lion 10.7.2 in the test phases can login with their dev account ID and ease the cloud sweetness.
If you exhaust the free 5Gb of data and need more, then the following pricing applies
10Gb : US $ 20
20GB: US $ 40
50Gb: US $ 100
A screenshot below shows the iWork icon already included in the beta.
There is a lot of information pointing to the fact that a new iPhone may just be released today evening at the WWDC (morning in USA) . We will cover the even live from all aspects on our Live Blog.
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Who knows whats going to happen at this keynote, iOS 5 , Mac OS X lion and iCloud are already known facts. A lot of speculation on the iPhone 5 and possibly the iPhone Nano. We will just have to wait till Mr. Jobs shows up in his Black turtle neck and blue jeans.
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