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Mobile Me allowed users to track the location of their i OS devices via the web portal at A user could see the device's approximate location on a map (along with a circle showing the radius of inaccuracy), display a message and/or play a sound on the device (even if it is set to silent), change the password on the device, and remotely erase its contents.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.
At the i Phone 4S special event on October 4, 2011, Apple announced it would finally launch i Cloud on October 12, 2011, to replace Mobile Me for new users, with current users having access until June 30, 2012 (on that day the service would cease).
An app was also released by Apple which allowed users to locate their i Phone from another device running i OS 4.
The feature was first announced on June 10, 2009 and was included in i OS 3.0 as a feature for Mobile Me users. The Individual plan included 20 GB of email and file storage and 200 GB of monthly data transfer.
The Family Pack plan included 40 GB of storage split among one 20 GB individual (primary) and four 5 GB sub-accounts, each sub-account having its own email address, online storage, and being able to use all the Mobile Me features.
Family members also had a Shared folder in their i Disk with which they could share access to data among themselves.
When a user made a change to a contact or event on one device, it was automatically synced to the Mobile Me servers and, by extension, all the user's other devices.