The new service will be available for free and will offer 5GB worth of storage for all your documents, mail and back-up. It'll be on offer for punters with iPhone, iPod Touch or iPads running iOS 5 and Mac users running Lion OS X. Here's our quick iCloud video with all the details including release date and availablility.
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