Apple launches iCloud beta website for developers

3 July, 2012 - Paul Dixon
iCloud Beta web apps

Following a brief leaked appearance back in May, Apple has now officially launched a new iCloud beta website for registered Mac and iOS developers. The beta portal differs from the public version of the iCloud site in that it features web versions of Reminders and Notes, plus a new updated version of Find My iPhone.

Cult of Mac reports that the web versions of Notes and Reminders look and function exactly like their iPad counterparts, and that the new updated Find My iPhone web app includes a redesigned interface, and the ability to remotely check the battery life of stolen or lost devices.

Apple has not indicated when the new web apps will be publicly available, but it seems likely that they could launch with iOS 6, which is expected this Autumn.

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