MobileMe Shuts Down Tomorrow: Save Your Pictures and Files Before They Disappear

If you didn't get the memo last year, here's your last warning: MobileMe is shutting down on Saturday June 30th. That's tomorrow. If you still have pictures in your MobileMe Gallery or files on iDisk, save it or it's going bye bye forever!

Most everything that you once used for MobileMe works in iCloud, such as: Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Bookmarks, Find My iPhone and Back to My Mac. If you've already migrated to iCloud from MobileMe, those things will be fine. What won't be fine are websites on iWeb, pictures in Gallery and files in iDisk.

Apple says:

What happens to the iWeb sites that I've published to MobileMe?
You can continue publishing iWeb sites to MobileMe through June 30th, 2012, even after moving to iCloud. After June 30th, websites published to MobileMe will no longer be available. However, with iWeb you can easily move a site published to MobileMe to another web hosting service. Please read this article for details.

What happens to the photos that I've posted to my MobileMe Gallery?
You can continue using MobileMe Gallery through June 30th, 2012, even after moving to iCloud. After June 30th, your gallery will no longer be available. You should save copies of all photos published to your gallery before that date. If you have a Mac, it is likely that most of your gallery photos are already in iPhoto. If not, you can sync the gallery photos to your iPhoto library. You can also download your photos and movies directly from the web. Please read this article for details.

What happens to the files on my MobileMe iDisk?
You can continue using MobileMe iDisk through June 30th, 2012, even after moving to iCloud. After June 30th, iDisk will no longer be available. You should save copies of all files stored on iDisk before that date. Please read this article for details.

If you need help migrating from MobileMe to iCloud, follow our detailed instructions right here. Apple also has a really great primer on what you need to know right here. Get to saving now! And good riddance MobileMe.