iOS 5 and iCloud Training Begins at Apple Stores

Some screenshots posted by 9to5mac reveal that Apple has begin its iCloud and iOS 5 training for retail store employees. Although a release date of iOS 5 is not known just yet, the training details hint that iOS 5 and iCloud could be launching within the next few weeks.

Training this time around has been moved to an internal application called RetailMe. The new application is for staff only and inside the application the employees get to see the new features of iOS 5 and iCloud. The training sessions typically begin a couple of weeks before the launch of the product.

If anything, this iOS 5 and iCloud training news helps support our original report of late September iPhone 5 pre-orders and an early October launch.

iCloud for Mac is currently in testing for developers who are currently on 10.7.2 beta builds of the operating system. As for iOS 5, the current version for developers is Beta 7 which launched last week. This version of iOS is now less buggy than other beta versions and also seems a little better on performance too. Expect a couple more releases (estimate) followed by a release late this month or early next month.

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