Aug 30

Although Apple released Mac OS X Lion from a month and a half, has not forgotten the users who using OS X Snow Leopard and the 10.6.9 update will be launched soon, and will include support for iCloud service. The information about the launch of the new version of Mac OS X appears in MobileMe account management but only for those who have made the transition to iCloud. The account management menu iCloud, Apple announced that users will be able to synchronize all data with new service only after installing Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.9 that has not been officially released.

You will no longer be able to sync with this machine because you’ve upgraded to iCloud.

iCloud requires a computer running Mac OS X Snow Leopard v10.6.9 or later for Contacts, Calendars, and Bookmarks.

This is not the first time when Apple has published information about unreleased version of an operating system and in generally does not take long between the discovery of this information and the effective launch of an update. So far Apple tested iCloud only with Mac OS X Lion but probably engineers will “learn” from the feedback on the new operating system to develop a version of iCloud as can be good for Snow Leopard.

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