When you use iCloud to store documents from apps like Keynote, Pages and Numbers, they get saved to your Mac's hard drive as well. Getting at those documents through the Finder, however, is something of a chore. Luckily a resourceful coder has come to the rescue with a handy little utility that makes it easy to get at the local versions of your iCloud files.
So you're going on vacation. If you're using an Apple-provided email address, how do you set up an auto-response to let people know you're out of town? We're going to tell you how because we're happy you're getting a vacation! And we aren't jealous even a little bit. No, we're not.
Need a note taker? Vern Seward takes a look at three that are unique and free in this week's Free on iTunes. MyScript Memo, MyScript Calculator and Documents.
E-magazines have grown up. In this installment of Free on iTunes, Vern Seward takes a look at 3 free publications no iOS device should be without: TRVL, TNW, and AUX.
Apple's iCloud makes it easy to back up your iPhone and iPad data, but what happens if something goes wrong with your backups? Today TMO readers are talking about that problem, sharing their experiences, and trading safe backup tips. Head on over to the forums and join in.
The worry about life's changes weighing heavily on your mind? Vern Seward shows you how to lighten the load with 3 free iOS apps in this week's Free on iTunes. Unstuck, Cooliris, and The Economist: The World in 2013.
In this how-to, Sandro Cuccia shows you once-and-for-all, learn how to get your iBooks library beautifully – and meaningfully – organized. His advice? Don't put it off.
Innovative Automation filed a lawsuit against Apple over claims that iCloud infringes on two of its patents. The company also filed a suit against Amazon over the company's Cloud Player service.
Apple started notifying former MobileMe users on Wednesday that they now have iCloud.com email addresses, although they can continue to use their .Mac and MobileMe addresses, too.
Apple notified its former MobileMe customers on Friday that it was extending a complimentary storage upgrade for one more year. Originally set to expire on September 30th, 2012, Apple is extending the upgrade to September 30th, 2013.
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