5GB’s of free in the cloud storage Apple is giving you will not be enough for you media junkies. That is why we’re happy to report that Box.net is giving users 50GB’s of in the cloud storage for FREE.


We’ll tell you the big deal, Apple charges $100 a year for that much storage and dropbox charges you $10 a month so why pay when you can get it for free. The sweet deal begins tomorrow at 12:01 a.m. PST and only runs 50 days so be sure and sign up for your free box.net account can claim your 50 free gigabytes.




To claim your free storage you must sign in at noon using the Box.net client or sign up for a new account using their iOS app (iTunes Link).

According to Box.net app

Looking for your 50 GB? We’ll be posting the new version of our app (2.4.3) later today so check back to get the update.
Box provides simple, secure sharing from anywhere – letting you easily store files online, send big files fast, access content on-the-go, and collaborate with others. Box for iPhone and iPad gives you 5 GB FREE to:
• View files directly on your iPhone and iPad
Share files easily with a link
• Save files to your device for offline access
• Open files in other apps installed on your iPhone and iPad, like Documents to Go and GoodReader
• Secure content with a four-digit passcode and set the app to log out when closed (iPad only)
• Project files from Box to a TV, LCD monitor or projector via VGA Out (iPad only)
• Wirelessly print to AirPrint-enabled printers (iPad only)
Upgrade to Box Business to collaborate with shared workspaces and sync files to your PC for offline access.
No wonder more than 6 million users, including 77% of the FORTUNE 500, rely on Box for simple, secure content sharing.

Get ready to upgrade your iOS device?..It is now available to download. Apple has officially released the iOS 5, the latest version of mobile operating system with over 200 features. If you own an iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch or iPad you’ll love the upgrade.

If you’re Twitter addicts, the iOS 5 is now tightly integrated with Twitter and you can easily tweet your stuffs from Camera, Photos, Maps, Safari and YouTube. If you find it difficult to use the touch button to take picture, iOS 5 lets you shoot a photo by using the volume-up button. For iPad user, on the top of the features just mentioned, you’ll also love the redesigned music, the support of multitasking gestures and split keyboard.

To upgrade to iOS 5, make sure you’re using iTunes 10.5. Like any iOS upgrade, you can simply plug your iPhone or iPad to computer and upgrade it via iTunes. Alternatively, you can also download the firmware via the following download links and restore it from iTunes:

According to the Apple’s release note, here are the new features come with the iTunes update:

  • iTunes in the Cloud – iTunes now stores your music and TV purchases in iCloud and makes them available on your devices anywhere, any time, at no additional cost.
  • Download Previous Purchases – Download your past music, TV, app, and book purchases again, at no additional cost. Previous purchases may be unavailable if they are no longer on the iTunes Store.
  • Sync with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 5.
  • Automatic Downloads – Purchase music from any device or computer and automatically download a copy to your Mac and iOS devices.
  • Wi-Fi Syncing – Automatically sync your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iTunes any time they’re both on the same Wi-Fi network.
For Jailbroken User

If you’re using jailbroken iPhone, your device should be compatible with iTunes 10.5. That means you can sync the device with iTunes without any issue. However, please stay away from upgrading to iOS 5. Otherwise you may lose your jailbreak.

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