Apple’s iCloud.com cloud-based storage service is now available to the general public. The website has been updated with a new background that displays various iPhone icons for Mail, Contacts, Find My iPhone, and Keynotes. Furthermore, the login page was stripped of the “beta” status ahead of today’s public launch of this service.
iTunes 10.5 was released yesterday ahead of the launch of this service, which is available for several Apple products ranging from the iPhone to Mac. Up until today, the service has been restricted to registered developers only. Apple is also expected to release iOS 5 and Mac OS X 10.7.2 later today