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Apple’s new vision for Mobile Me is a whole new service, i Cloud.
During the keynote yesterday, Steve Jobs and team made it clear that many of the existing paid-for Mobile Me services will live on, for free, in i Cloud. The fact that you could have your website hosted by Apple for zero additional cost (on top of your Mobile Me subscription), and that it was all super-easy to do inside i Web, was one of the things that made i Web attractive to some people.
If you have a Mac, it is likely that most of your gallery photos are already in i Photo. However, for a limited time, you can still access Find My i Phone with your Mobile Me account at or through the Find My i Phone app.
If not, you can sync your gallery photos to your i Photo library. However, for a limited time, you can still download copies of all files stored on i Disk from To continue using Find My i Phone in the future, move to i Cloud.
Any changes or edits you make in i Photo or Aperture aren't reflected in Photos.
And any changes or edits you make in Photos will not be reflected in i Photo or Aperture. Photos and videos from your System Photo Library will begin to upload to i Cloud in their full resolution and original format.
Photo Stream allows for photos to be shared to other i Cloud users, as well as non-i Cloud users, with a feature called, rather unsurprisingly, , effectively just special albums that you place photos into using either i OS 7, i Photo or Aperture.
Sharing these to other i Cloud users allows them to subscribe to the Shared Stream on their own i OS device or Mac, automatically receiving new photos as soon as they're added.
And i Cloud is free for i OS 5 and OS X Lion users. The core services provided by Mobile Me have been completely rewritten and are now part of i Cloud.
If you store your Photos library in a location that's part of a cloud service (for example, Dropbox, Box, or Google Drive), your library might be damaged by the syncing process. To see your photos on all your devices, you can use i Cloud Photo Library. i Photo — and Aperture, if you downloaded it — remains on your system in the Applications folder, and you can continue to use it.
If you open i Photo or Aperture after you upgrade to Photos, you’ll be asked if you want to open your library there or in Photos.
If you don't have any existing Shared Streams, tap Create New Stream.
The first step is to give the new Shared Stream a name.
As of June 30, 2012, Mobile Me is no longer available.