Apple has announced that there will be an iCloud reset on September 22nd. This means, all of your iCloud stuff will be deleted from Apple’s servers. This includes your Photo Stream data, back ups, calendars, address book, mail, and iTunes Match.
Sources are saying that Apple will also release iOS 5 GM shortly after.
Apple has said that iCloud will be deleted from 9a.m. – 5p.m. (Pacific Time) on September 22nd.
So make sure to backup EVERYTHING before it’s gone, forever.
Here’s the official press release:
iCloud Backup Reset
On Thursday, September 22, the iCloud Backup data will be reset. Backing up to iCloud or restoring from an iCloud backup will be unavailable from 9 AM PDT – 5 PM PDT. If you attempt a backup or restore during this time, you will receive an alert that the backup or restore was not successful. After this reset, you will be unable to restore from any backup created prior to September 22. A full backup will happen automatically the next time your device backs up to iCloud.
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UPDATE: As of 8am (central time) this morning Apple temporarily closed iTunes Match sign ups. Apple claims that it is because they got their “initial developers” while reading the Apple Developer Forums suggests that the truth is that Apple’s iTunes Match servers have either crashed or are just getting bogged down.
My sources say Apple will resume to accept developer subscriptions for iTunes Match as soon as the server issues are resolved.
Apple has just notified developers that they have an iTunes Match beta ready for developer use. Apple advises users to update to the latest iTunes 10.5 beta 6.1 as well as the latest version of iOS 5, we expect iOS 5 beta 7 to be released on Friday.
Again, as a reminder, iTunes Match will be $24.99 and will replace all of your low-bit-rate music with HD versions as well as allowing you to redownload any of your iTunes library over Apple’s iCloud service right to your iOS devices.
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It seems as though you won’t upload your iTunes library, unless it’s absolutely necessary.
Apple will automatically scan your iTunes library and everything that’s in the store won’t be uploaded, but rather, you access a master file on iTunes servers, and for the rest of the songs that aren’t on iTunes, Apple will upload your songs.
Apple will charge just $24.99 a year!
That’s it folks! That’s WWDC 2011!