3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 15, 2012 12:42 PM by Julian Wright
spacey33 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

What Happens to Me after 6/30/12?  Do I get to keep my @me.com address from MobileMe because My Mac, PC nor iOS device is supported by iCloud .

 

On 6/30/12 All ACTIVE MobileMe accounts that haven't MOVED to iCloud will be deleted as MobileMe is no longer available .

 

Yes, this has a lot of customers upset, but you can still keep your account active and going until you are able to address the issue with the current versions of your computer and devices.

 

iCloud does have a web based version like any other email address out there.  You may not be able to access the account on your Computers or devices as you as you did when you had access to MobileMe, but this will help you to keep your email address and gain access to it after moving to iCloud by June 30th, 2012.

 

 

Comments and concerns can be directed to:

Apple - MobileMe - Feedback and Apple - iCloud - Feedback

 

 

iCloud: Supported system requirements

 

You can KEEP your MobileMe email address and move it to iCloud even though your devices are not compatible and here is how.

 

 

****Mac OS X 10.4.11 and before: DOES NOT fall into this catagorey as 10.4.11 doesn't Support Safari 5.****

 

NON-Supported Devices & Browsers for iCloud

 

DEVICES & COMPUTERS


Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard

Windows XP

iPhone 3

iPhone 3Gs

iPod Touch 2nd Generation

 

BROWSERS

 

Safari 4

FireFox 3

Google Chrome 11

 

Before moving the account to iCloud.  You will first create a MobileMe back up of all your data.  This will ensure it has been saved to your computer.

 

How to back up MobileMe data:

 

 

Summary

You can back up your MobileMe data to your Mac or Microsoft Windows-based PC.

This is different from syncing with MobileMe: syncing should not be considered a backup of your data because changes to the data can propagate automatically.

Sync your MobileMe account to me.com and your current iOS device if you have one.

Make sure the data has synced to the device and http://me.com.

Then you will need to DISABLE MobileMe syncing from your Computer and Devices

On the iPhone

To delete your MobileMe account from the iPhone/Pad/Pod Touch, tap Settings Mail, Contacts, Calendars Tap your MobileMe account.  Next, you will turn the sliders off for Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Bookmarks Calendars.  You are going to be asked if you want to keep or delete the data from the iPhone/Pad/Pod Touch.  Make sure you KEEP on the iPhone/Pad/Pod Touch.

 

This will prevent data loss.

 

 

Then Tap Delete Account. DON'T FORGET TO KEEP THE DATA ON THE DEVICE!!!

 

On the Mac

 

Click on System Preferences MobileMe Account tab Sign Out.

 

To Move your account to iCloud

 

 

☞☞☞☞IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO BACK UP THE MOBILEME DATA AND TO SIGN OUT OF MOBILEME ON ALL DEVICES AS THIS CAN CAUSE POSSIBLE DATA LOSS DUE TO THE CURRENT OS YOU ARE USING.*****

 

 

 

Link: MobileMe: About moving to iCloud

Summary

If you have an active MobileMe account when you move to iCloud, you’ll be able to keep your @me.com or @mac.com email address and move your MobileMe Mail, Contacts, and Calendars, as well as your Bookmarks, to the new service.

 

 

Go to http://me.com/move

 

Log in with your FULL MobileMe email address including @me.com

(For @mac users, use @me.com just to log in.  You will later see your account is @mac.com still)

 

As you go thorough the prompts, you will see an ALERT regarding if your OS is supported by iCloud.

 

update device.jpg

 

Ignore this.

 

Add a Check ☑ then click NEXT.

 

Screen shot 2012-03-03 at 2.09.23 PM.png

This is why you need to have a backup prior!!

 

Click Next Again and follow the prompts.

 

This will continue the iCloud set up.

 

Once it is done, you will have web access to iCloud via a supported browser (see below) for iCloud.

 

 

icloud.com

To access your mail, contacts, calendars, Find My iPhone, and iWork documents from your computer's web browser, one of these browsers is required:

  • Safari 5 or later
  • Firefox 5 or later
  • Internet Explorer 8 or later
  • Chrome 12 or later

HOPE THIS HELPS!!!


iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)
  • spacey33 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Correction.....The title is supposed to say "Not" supported.

  • spacey33 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

     

    CORRECTION

     

     

    What Happens to Me after 6/30/12?  Do I get to keep my @me.com address from MobileMe because My Mac, PC nor iOS device is supported by iCloud .

     

    On 6/30/12 All ACTIVE MobileMe accounts that haven't MOVED to iCloud will be deleted as MobileMe is no longer available .

     

    Yes, this has a lot of customers upset, but you can still keep your account active and going until you are able to address the issue with the current versions of your computer and devices.

     

    iCloud does have a web based version like any other email address out there.  You may not be able to access the account on your Computers or devices as you as you did when you had access to MobileMe, but this will help you to keep your email address and gain access to it after moving to iCloud by June 30th, 2012.

     

     

    Comments and concerns can be directed to:

    Apple - MobileMe - Feedback and Apple - iCloud - Feedback

     

     

    iCloud: Supported system requirements

     

    You can KEEP your MobileMe email address and move it to iCloud even though your devices are not compatible and here is how.

     

     

    ****Mac OS X 10.4.11 and before: DOES NOT fall into this category as 10.4.11 doesn't Support Safari 5.****

     

    Non-Devices & Browsers for iCloud

     

    DEVICES & COMPUTERS

    Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard (Non-Supported)

    Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard(Non-Supported)

    Windows XP(Non-Supported)

    iPhone 3(Non-Supported)

     

    BROWSERS

     

    Safari 4(Non-Supported)

    FireFox 3(Non-Supported)

    Google Chrome 11(Non-Supported)

     

     

    Before moving the account to iCloud, you will first create a MobileMe back up of all your data.  This will ensure it has been saved to your computer.

     

    How to back up MobileMe data:

     

     

    Summary

    You can back up your MobileMe data to your Mac or Microsoft Windows-based PC.

    This is different from syncing with MobileMe: syncing should not be considered a backup of your data because changes to the data can propagate automatically.

    Sync your MobileMe account to me.com and your current iOS device if you have one.

    Make sure the data has synced to the device and http://me.com.

    Then you will need to DISABLE MobileMe syncing from your Computer and Devices

    On the iPhone

    To delete your MobileMe account from the iPhone/Pad/Pod Touch, tap Settings Mail, Contacts, Calendars Tap your MobileMe account.  Next, you will turn the sliders off for Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Bookmarks Calendars.  You are going to be asked if you want to keep or delete the data from the iPhone/Pad/Pod Touch.  Make sure you KEEP on the iPhone/Pad/Pod Touch.

     

    This will prevent data loss.

     

     

    Then Tap Delete Account. DON'T FORGET TO KEEP THE DATA ON THE DEVICE!!!

     

    On the Mac

     

    Click on System Preferences MobileMe Account tab Sign Out.

     

    To Move your account to iCloud

     

     

    ☞☞☞☞IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO BACK UP THE MOBILEME DATA AND TO SIGN OUT OF MOBILEME ON ALL DEVICES AS THIS CAN CAUSE POSSIBLE DATA LOSS DUE TO THE CURRENT OS YOU ARE USING.*****

     

     

     

    Link: MobileMe: About moving to iCloud

    Summary

    If you have an active MobileMe account when you move to iCloud, you’ll be able to keep your @me.com or @mac.com email address and move your MobileMe Mail, Contacts, and Calendars, as well as your Bookmarks, to the new service.

     

     

    Go to http://me.com/move

     

    Log in with your FULL MobileMe email address including @me.com

    (For @mac users, use @me.com just to log in.  You will later see your account is @mac.com still)

     

    As you go thorough the prompts, you will see an ALERT regarding if your OS is supported by iCloud.

     

    update device.jpg

     

    Ignore this.

     

    Add a Check then click NEXT.

     

    Screen shot 2012-03-03 at 2.09.23 PM.png

    This is why you need to have a backup prior!!

     

    Click Next Again and follow the prompts.

     

    This will continue the iCloud set up.

     

    Once it is done, you will have web access to iCloud via a supported browser (see below) for iCloud.

     

     

    icloud.com

    To access your mail, contacts, calendars, Find My iPhone, and iWork documents from your computer's web browser, one of these browsers is required:

    • Safari 5 or later
    • Firefox 5 or later
    • Internet Explorer 8 or later
    • Chrome 12 or later

    HOPE THIS HELPS!!!

     

    iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

     

    Message was edited by: spacey33

  • Julian Wright Level 7 Level 7 (34,860 points)

     

    HOPE THIS HELPS!!!

     

     

    It might've been helpful if it was actually readable. There's a reason why books, magazines and websites keep a consistent font color and size throughout body text.