The new version has been released for developers so that they can test iCloud’s integration with iOS devices, iWork apps as well as third party apps. In case you have installed previous versions of OS X 10.7.2 you will need to revert back to OS X 10.7 with the help of the supplied tool before upgrading.
iCloud is to be released along with iOS 5 with is expected to come out within the next few weeks. As the release date draws nearer these beta releases have also become more rapid. The last update Lion and iCloud for Mac was released on 16th September.
In order to download this update you need to have a developer’s account with Apple.
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