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    fleurya's Avatar
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    .Mac users: Do you have 10GB already?
    I thought I saw something where the 10GB sotrage change won't happen until the 14th. Can anyone verify?

    What do you think of the updates? Will you be getting iLife '08 to use them?

    The "events" feature seems more geared towards casual pictures, and wouldn't be good at all for people who photograph as a hobby. Hopefully there will be a way to disable or adjust it.
    "Give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others"

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    MacBook Pro | LED Cinema Display | iPhone 4 | iPad 2
    Mine is already 10GB.
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    27" iMac 2.7GHz Core i5, iPhone 4S, 3rd gen iPad
    Great! I think I'm finally ready to jump on board. Once they get done fixing my MBP, I'll pick up the new iLife and sign up for .Mac.
    "Give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others"

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    Definitely worth it...the integration between iLife and .Mac is fantastic. I'm lovin' it, really sleek. Finally happy that I bought .Mac, using it now for the first time since I bought it in December.

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    ibook g4, imac 2ghz c2d, mbp 2.4ghz c2d - 10.5.1
    how can i find out ?

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    2 iMacs 17+20" 2.16GHz 2GB RAM 500MB HDD 256MB Graphic card. 60Gig 5th gen iPod with Video
    Log on to your .Mac Account and click the iDisk icon in the sidebar. Then choose settings (At the bottom of the pane)
    You can also Refresh your iDisk icon by re booting (I think) and if you use the detail view option CMD+j you should see how much you have

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    MacHeadCase
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    Already 10 GB here.

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    Member Since
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    2.16Ghz Core2Due 20" iMac - 2Gb RAM - wireless Mac KB - wireless MX610 mouse
    I only have 100Mb, but I guess that's because I just signed up for the 2-month trial.

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    iMac: CD 2.0GHz, 2GB, 250GB, SuperDrive, 20" MacBook: CD 2.0GHz, 1GB, 60GB, SuperDrive, White
    I'm at 10GB already and iLife 08 arrived this afternoon so when I get home I will be creating lots of Web Galleries!

    I see iMovie 08 also does Web Galleries. Sweet!

    If Leopard also adds more .Mac integration (I know there is going to be 'Go To My Mac') the 10GB upgrade will be even more appreciated!
    The packaging said 'Windows Vista or better', so I got OS X

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    Mine's already 10gb too. I wonder how long it'll take me to copy up my 7 gig of iTunes purchases on a 512k connection?

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    UK
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    15" MBP - 24" white iMac - 16gb white iphone3G - 20gb iPod colour
    Hmmmm strange I bought .mac yestaday (after 2 month trial) and only have 5gb? How come?

    EDIT:

    doh!
    just checked account info and I have 5gb storage and 5gb email. Think I'm gonna change that abit. Never gonna 5gb on emails.

    cheers

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    christm's Avatar
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    ibook g4, imac 2ghz c2d, mbp 2.4ghz c2d - 10.5.1
    yep i do

    go to the .mac webpage and log in. then click on your username then click on storage settings. it will show you your portions on what goes on what and how much you have it total.

    www.mac.com

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    MacBook Pro 2.2GHz Intel Quad-Core i7 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM Mac OS X Snow Leopard v10.6.6
    10GB here too!

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