Thu. Aug 18th, 2022

Apple Sends Out “Welcome To iCloud” Email Accidentally, iCloud Release Imminent

It seems that Apple is also impatient like its users or we can say Apple cannot stop the early hints or leakage of its products. In other words we can say that this is Apple’s new Marketing strategy that, hint for the product before it is released.

As the time is coming closer for the release of iOS 5, iCloud and iPhone, Apple has started to test things on Final stages. Apple released iTunes Match 10.5 Beta 9 on Friday and they pushed out an update to MAC OS X Lion 10.7.2 today for developers.

Like the time is coming closer, So Apple might have accidentally sent out an invitation of “Welcome To iCloud” to a user of iCloud. Although iCloud is in its Beta phases.Luckily a reader of Appleinsider got the invitation and he shared the invitation with Appleinsider.

An AppleInsider reader received one of the emails on Friday, welcoming him to iCloud and advising him that his email address is the Apple ID he’ll use to get his iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and PC set up.

Apple sent out a set of instructions in the E-Mail, after which the person can set up his/her iCloud account in no time and make it work. Unfortunately the instruction told to follow are not yet up and if you go on the link, so the page says:

Hmm, the page you’re looking for can’t be found.

iCloud and iOS 5 were announced back at WWDC 2011 and are set for the launch in Fall. This Fall Apple is holding a press event on 4th of October at which Apple will unveil its new iPhone and iOS 5 GM is also expected.