This file from Google Docs shows an Apple document that details the steps to migrate into the iCloud for iOS 5, Lion, and Windows 7. It’s all pretty much straightforward, but I am disappointed there are still not any better options for Windows 7 users for calendar data other than Outlook which costs those users a lot of money if they can not get a student discount.
We’ll the Steve has spoken and now it’s time to digest all the information that has washed over our eyes and into our heads, it’s going to be an interesting few months for sure. After the jump you will find information compiled about the various topic Steve has covered. We’ll be updating sections as needed as we clarify more details.
9 to 5 Mac is reporting that there is a visual update on June 14th to the stores including new frontage visuals. While there have been reports of visual updates such as the June 7th, update which could be iCloud or back to school, it remains to be determined what the June 14th refresh will bring. Most online stores do not even mention the presence of 10.7 just books which all seem to want to come out in August.
Eric Clark has a good write-up on his thoughts about the new features in OS X Lion. In it he voices his opinion that Apple now may be focusing on getting all the iPhone/iPad people who have not switched to a Mac and OS X by bringing in iOS like features. Like me he believes that Apple is ignoring all of us who use OS X because of it’s superiority to other desktop operating systems such as Windows or Linux. Still Lion brings to the table some needed features such as Mission Control, a updated Mail App, and a huge leg up is it’s ability to version your documents, let you reboot and all your apps come back as you left them and still more under the hood changes that make OS X what it is.