Apple launch the iCloud.com site for developers. Of course screenshots of the new iCloud web apps are here now.
Apple opened iCloud.com for developers. Only developers can log in right now with their Apple ID. What they see are the new web apps for email, calendar, contacts and more. They actually look like the iOS apps found on the iPad. This is obviously great. This way you do not have to learn yet another interface. If you are on the go and need to use an internet terminal somewhere, you get the same user experiences on iCloud as you get on your iPad.
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9to5Mac has several screenshots of the new iCloud web apps.
What also has been revealed is the pricing for additional iCloud storage. The iCloud comes with free 5GB of storage. I fyou need more you can buy 10GB for $20/year, 20GB for $40/year and 50GB/year for $100.
Apple is expected to launch the iCloud services along with the release of iOS 5 in September.