Apple’s MobileMe Web Hosting To End June 30th!

Apple’s MobileMe service, a subscription-based collection of online services and software, is being discontinued on June 30, 2012, and will be replaced by Apple’s iCloud service.

Although iCloud will still offer services related to mail, contacts, calendars, and other things, it will not support iWeb Publishing, Gallery, or iDisk

Therefore, all websites published to MobileMe will no longer be available.

So what am I supposed to do with this website I made? Abandon it?

Goodness, no! You don’t need to abandon anything. You can move your website to a hosting provider by following a few simple steps.

Click here to learn how to move an iWeb site from MobileMe to a web hosting service. 

Remember, A Small Orange offers super affordable shared hosting plans with exceptional 24/7/365 support that includes 1-year free domain registration. There’s also a 45-day money back guarantee, and you’ll get 2 months free hosting if you sign up for an annual shared plan!

Click here to learn more about our shared hosting plans.

If you have your mail, contacts, and calendars on MobileMe, click here and scroll down to “Moving To iCloud”  to learn what you need to do in order to make the switch.

Wait, what about my photos, movies, and files? How do I hang onto those? 

Easy. Just click the following links and you’ll be taken to a straightforward tutorial for each task.

Click here to learn how to save your MobileMe Gallery photos  and movies.

Click here to learn how to save files on your MobileMe iDisk to your Mac or Windows PC.

Also, here’s a list of helpful links that offer solutions for MobileMe customers who may not be sure about how to proceed, complete with a clock that’s counting the remaining seconds until MobileMe’s demise.

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