We already know what the iCloud logo will look like, and now thanks to FSM, we know what the login page is going to look like. FSM claims to have had access to this from Apple’s internal server, but it’s still not clear to me how they got their hands on it.

Although Apple already announced iCloud, we have yet to learn what the service will be offering and how much it will cost ($25/year?). I guess we’ll have to wait for Steve Jobs to tell us more about it on Monday…

We’ll keep you posted as we learn more.

  • Paul

    man everyone is hypin this shit waaaay too much. Do people really care about what the login page is going to look like? for something being this hype i feel sorry for those who dont have unlimited data…

  • Justin

    That’s what I’ve been saying! I don’t have unlimited data, so this probably will be virtually useless to me. But other than that, idk who really wants to try to use their 3G service to try and stream their music to their iPhone…which already has an iPod in it. Do people really need to have access to ALL their media everywhere? I don’t get it. If it serves as easy storage, that may be enough for me to give it try.

  • Christian Armenta

    I’m still wondering if they still really think this service will take off. Seeing as how new iPhone customers are no longer being offered the unlimited data plan. Streaming your music from the Cloud would take up a lot of data

  • Jacksparrow

    I don’t like the idea of the big record companies having their hooks into stuff I purchased and some stuff not purchased.

  • c0edx

    That site is fake…Please update check @chpwn and @comex tweets.

    • Chpwn tweet showed a similar looking but different design than this one. This one still looks pretty legit to me. We’ll see

  • This is useful for people who want to access their entire iTunes libraries. If you have an 8gb and have a 10 gb library but don’t take into account the apps and photos on your iPhone.

  • Michael

    This is a complete fake.