Mobile me, Apple’s subscription-based collection of online services (Costing $99 per person) might soon be a free service.
Today, Apple announced a new MacBook, Facetime for Mac and developer preview of OS X Lion. At the same time, it removed the new subscription of the Mobile Me services.
Originally launched on January 5, 2000, as iTools, the current version automatically syncs email, contacts, and calendars over the air across all the Apple devices. One of the most popular use of this service is an application to help finding lost iOS devices (iPhone, iPod, or iPad). Last year the application was made free. Now, it is rumored that the whole Mobile Me package is going to be free.