Apple’s iCloud.com exits beta

Apple’s iCloud.com is open for business.
(Credit: Apple)
Apple today launched its cloud services portal iCloud.com to the public.
Previously available only in beta form to developers, the updated site is now available to all iCloud users, allowing users to share content across multiple devices. The site features icons for the Notes and Reminder apps that sync with their iOS and Mac counterparts, as well as Find My Phone and iWork on a Mountain Lion-like background.
The site includes a revamped Find My Phone app that features a “lost mode” that allows users to lock their device if it’s lost…

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