10 Facts About Apple MobileMe


ICloud replaced Apple's MobileMe service, acting as a data syncing center for email, contacts, calendars, bookmarks, notes, reminders, iWork documents, photos, and other data.

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Apple MobileMe has eleven company-owned and -operated data centers supporting iCloud services.

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Apple MobileMe has six data centers in the United States, two in Denmark, and three in China.

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In 2016, Apple MobileMe signed a deal with Google to use Google Cloud Platform for some iCloud services.

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In June 2021, Apple MobileMe introduced iCloud+, which introduced Private Relay, Hide My Email and custom email domains to paid users of the services, as well as an unlimited storage limit for video from cameras added through HomeKit Secure Video.

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The service is integrated with Apple MobileMe TV, allowing users to view their recent photos wirelessly on their HDTV.

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The lawsuit was filed in the US District Court of Arizona and demanded that Apple MobileMe stop using the iCloud name and pay unspecified monetary damages.

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Apple MobileMe confirmed that it was working with law enforcement agencies to investigate the leak.

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Apple MobileMe has been scanning iCloud Mail for CSAM information starting 2019.

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In February 2018, Apple MobileMe announced that iCloud users in China would have their data, including encryption data, on servers called "????" located in the country to comply with local regulations.

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