Most of Apple Users who are unable to upgrade their OS X to Lion it’s seem that they will be also unable to use the iCloud. Apple says all the users who haven’t upgraded their Snow Leopard into Lion they will still able to use the iCloud on the newer version. And now it looks like the imminent update will also bring iCloud support. Apple, however, has remained quiet about the exact minimum requirements to support iCloud. It has posted only the following:
Some features of iCloud require iOS 5 on iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch (3rd and 4th generation), iPad, or iPad 2, or a Mac computer with OS X Lion or a PC with Windows Vista or Windows 7 (Outlook 2007 or 2010 recommended).
Which the iCloud was featured in the WWDC 2011 during the presentation of Mac OS X Lion and the iOS 5, after months of speculation. It was said to replace MobileMe and would offer three core services of email, contacts, and calendars along with 5GB of storage space for free. Apple says iOS 4 users will not able to use the iCloud because they ‘ve got to started to do in the beta version of iOS5 also it will be built-in with every iOS 5 devices in the future according to Apple Dev. All the new iOS5 features will be released installed on iPhone 5 which was announced that the iPhone 5 will be releasing mid or lately September
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