Apple has prematurely sent some welcome emails to some users about its upcoming iCloud service.
According to Apple Insider, the company sent emails to some users about the iCloud, informing them that their email address is the Apple ID which will be used to access iCloud services on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and PC.
The ‘Welcome to the iCloud’ email also comes with a link that contains a set of instructions on how to go about setting up the iCloud on iOS devices. However, the link is not working at the moment, indicating that the emails were sent out prematurely.
"Once iCloud is set up, it stores your content and wirelessly pushes it to all your devices," the email read.
"For example, buy a song with iTunes on your computer, and it will appear on your iPod touch and iPad."
Apple also explained in the email that users won’t have to dock their devices to a system in order to move content between devices. For example, if a user clicks a photo from the iPhone, the image will be automatically moved to the iPad. Same is the case for documents created using Pages.