MobileMe not ready yet!

#1
Set back to 8pm pacific time from 6pm, updated on mac website....... hmmmmmmm

Wow, what is happening at Apple.

We will take down .mac at 6pm was blasted all over the place, including the main page of .mac.

Now, they just quietly change it to 8pm.

I seem to remember this with the original SDK, then the App store and now mobile me. This is not typical Apple to be delaying stuff
 

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Set back to 8pm pacific time from 6pm, updated on mac website....... hmmmmmmm

Wow, what is happening at Apple.

We will take down .mac at 6pm was blasted all over the place, including the main page of .mac.

Now, they just quietly change it to 8pm.

I seem to remember this with the original SDK, then the App store and now mobile me. This is not typical Apple to be delaying stuff
We shall see, in one hour, Mountain time.
 

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Yup, just read it too:

"All .Mac services are online and fully operational.

MobileMe Launch
7/9/2008, 8pm-2am PT

As part of the MobileMe launch, www.mac.com will be taken offline at 8pm PT on Wednesday, July 9th.

Members will be unable to access www.mac.com or any .Mac services during this time with the exception of .Mac Mail accessed via a desktop application, iPhone, or iPod touch.

MobileMe will be available as soon as possible during this maintenance window."

Here's the link incase some of you are up to check later:
http://www.apple.com/support/dotmac/

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umbrabellator

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Hmm. It's 8:06 Pacific time. Nothing yet.
 

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Give Apple some space, guys. This is quite the busy week for them. The time frames set for tonight are the server transfer times, so MobileMe should be up and running around 5 AM EST.

- John
 

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Give Apple some space, guys. This is quite the busy week for them. The time frames set for tonight are the server transfer times, so MobileMe should be up and running around 5 AM EST.

- John
Indeed. It's 9:12 Pacific time and .Mac is DOWN!
 

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Looks like Apple cra**ed the bed (So Far) with this release....