There are a few things that could have hindered your transition from MobileMe to iCloud - after all it's been a year since Apple announced the discontinuation of support for the former. This may include an outdated Mac or iOS device without support for iCloud. Thanks to us, though, you'll have a solution for retaining your MobileMe email account even if you don't make the switch.
For those still stuck in the stone ages, which in this case means is still using MobileMe, you may want to listen up. Today Apple sent out push notifications to all of said service's users warning them of the fast-approaching deadline to migrate to the Cupertino-based company's newest cloud-based venture.
The location of a stolen car was pinpointed by police with the help of an iPhone. Justice, served by an iPhone. Well, technically by the police, but you can’t count it out. Through the Find My iPhone site, the car’s owner tracked his stolen car, which happened to have the deceiving
Apple made sure to tout the fact that Safari has a nifty on its keyboard .com button for easy URL typing, but it seems like they forgot about Mail. As it turns out, Mail does have a .com button, but it's hidden. To get to the magical .com button, simply hold period for 2 seconds and a popup containing .com will appear. Also available are .org, .edu, and .net. Now go email your mom... and include a link to something!