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Apple Updates iCloud.com, No More Beta Now!
Apple iOS 5 and iCloud is just to launch. Now it seems that Apple is wrapping up the whole arrangements by putting finishing touches to its iCloud service, as Apple just updated iCloud.com web site with a new login screen. You can now watch icons in the background of iCloud service and a new login screen without “beta” listing.
Apple is set to launch its new cloud-based iCloud service today along with new iOS 5 and Mac OS X 10.7.2 updates. Apple has already released iTunes 10.5 yesterday in preparation of launching its new set of softwares.