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Apple close to bringing movie streaming to iCloud?

According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, Apple is preparing to deliver movies via its just released iCloud service. According to the report, representatives from Apple have been in meetings with various studios to finalize deals.

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Apple updates Pages, Numbers, and Keynote with iCloud support

One of the announced features of iCloud is the ability to keep all your files from Apple's Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps up to date. The update to those apps that bring this support is now available.

I am particularly excited about using Numbers with iCloud. I use Numbers on my iPad to record my students' grades, but sometimes I forget to bring my iPad to class. It never fails that those are the days that a student notices that I made a mistake and needs a grade changed. Before iCloud, I would make a note in my notes app and make the change later. Now, I'll just open the spreadsheet with Numbers on my iPhone, make the change, and it will be reflected on the spreadsheet on my iPad. Win.

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iCloud Control Panel for Windows now available

Apple has released its iCloud Control Panel app for Microsoft Windows computers. The iCloud Control Panel is required to enable iCloud on your Windows PC and provides access to Photo Stream, Contacts, Calendars Bookmarks and Mail.

It is quite a large download, coming in at just under 40MB.

Source: Apple

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Apple releases iPhoto 9.2, Aperture 3.2 with Photo Stream support

Again, for iOS 5 users who also use Mac OS X, Apple is providing updates to enable iCloud on the desktop, with Photo Stream now up and running in iPhoto 9.2 and Aperture 3.2.

Hit Software Update if you got them the old fashioned way, or head on over to the Mac App Store if you're all new and fancy.

And then come back and let us know how they work for you!

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Mac OS X Lion 7.2 with iCloud support now available

To coincide with iOS 5, Apple today has released Mac OS X Lion 7.2 which plugs Apple's desktop OS into the same iCloud that just started powering mobile.

Here's Lion:

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iCloud.com goes live for everyone

Apple has flipped the giant switch in their giant data center and taken the beta tags off iCloud.com, the web front end for their new sync store/push system. Head on over, enter your Apple ID, and free Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Find my iPhone, and iWork documents in the cloud, can be yours.

Sure, people have been sneaking in and checking it out for a while now, but with the wrapper officially off, no doubt more will come in for the tour.

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GoodReader for iPad gets updated with iOS 5 compatibility and iCloud support

GoodReader for iPad has just received a significant update and now includes support for iOS 5 as well as iCloud. In case you don’t know, GoodReader is a fantastic application that can open and view many different file types such as PDF, TXT files, MS Office doc, ppt, xls, iWork ’08/’09, HTML and Safari webarchives. It even handles audio and video files too, and can un-Zip files. The latest update also include a few other improvements.

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iPhone Live 173 & 174: Let's talk iPhone



A double feature this week as we did both live commentary and color of Apple's Let's Talk iPhone event with Rene, Georgia, Seth, Phil Nickinson of Android Central and Kevin Michaluk of CrackBerry.com, then came back later for a full on post-game show with Rene, Georgia, and Seth. That's close to 4 hours of iPhone 4S, iOS 5, iCloud, and Siri-powered goodness for your listening-- and viewing! -- pleasure! This is iPhone Live! (Twice!)

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Apple announces location sharing app, Family and Friends

During Apple's Let's talk iPhone event, Apple announced their new location sharing app, Family and Friends.

With Family and Friends, you can share you location with other iOS 5 users. You can set the sharing time to be temporary and the location sharing will stop automatically at the end of the day. It also comes with simple privacy controls and parental restrictions.

During the Keynote, Eddie Cue used an example of using Family and Friends while at Disneyland as a way to keep track of everyone in your group.

Who's excited to start stalking sharing your location? Anyone planning to use this as a method of keeping track of your kids?

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iPhone 4S/5, iOS 5, iCloud, Sprint iPhone [From the Forums]

Today is the days folks! In order to pass some time before the next generation iPhone is unveiled you might as well join in on the forum conversation. And let's be blunt -- if you're not already in the TiPb Forums you're missing out on the best darn discussion in iPhone and iPad today, so head on over and register now!

See you in the forums!

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