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Mobile Me was shut down on June 30, 2012, with user data available for retrieval until July 31, 2012, when the site finally closed completely. Mac were designed primarily to provide Internet services for Mac owners. Mac received a @email address, showing the services tied to the Mac hardware.However, with the release of the i Phone 3G in 2008, the renamed service, Mobile Me, began providing Internet services for OS X, i OS, and Windows.Users could also upload movies from within applications available on the Mac, including i Photo and i Movie.Mobile Me also provided the user with an email address that is used only for uploading photos and videos.Notes (from the Mail app on a Mac computer, and the Notes app on the i Phone) were synced via the Mobile Me service, however were unable to be viewed or edited online.To Do lists (controlled from the Mail app and the i Cal app on a Mac computer) were viewable and editable through the Mobile Me website (under the Calendar tab), but were not viewable or editable on an i Phone.
Additionally, Apple stopped accepting new subscriptions for Mobile Me.
Mac on July 17, 2002, when it became a paid subscription service primarily designed for users of Mac OS X.
Apple relaunched the service again as Mobile Me on July 9, 2008 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2008, now targeting Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, i Phone, and i Pod Touch users.
All uploads by viewers of the Gallery (either by the i Phone or i Pod Touch, me.com, or sent by the dedicated email address), were synced back to i Photo or Aperture.
Galleries could be made public or private, or could be password protected (but only through i Photo or i Movie on OS X).