iCloud’s Error Pages Aren’t Your Average Dreary Error Pages [Gallery]

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Apple is famous for its attention to detail, so it’s no surprise to us that a lot of effort has gone into the iCloud error pages to ensure they’re not your typical mundane error pages.

Recognize that face from anywhere?

[via MacRumors]

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36 responses to “iCloud’s Error Pages Aren’t Your Average Dreary Error Pages [Gallery]”

  1. Friends of Mac says:

    They most definitely outclass the 404 pages of yesteryear, that’s for sure! Besides that, they actually take the time to explain why they failed. I’m giving Apple a big thumbs up for this one…

    -Chris
    http://friendsofmac.net

  2. Sajhd Hussain says:

    I was thinking everything had been done with the cloud cliche but it seems their is still room if you give it some thought.

  3. Paul Baverey says:

    The nose is a dead giveaway :-)

  4. gareth edwards says:

    Interesting that the “browser not supported” page omits Chrome.

  5. iPodRohan says:

    Good looking high detailed images. Only Apple can provide us with such awesome things.

    Rohan
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  6. iPodRohan says:

    Good looking high detailed images. Only Apple can provide us with such awesome things.

    Rohan
    -> http://rohansood.com

  7. BenDixonDesign says:

    Don’t you mean the nose is a dead giveaway….  :¬)

  8. Michael says:

    From the pictures, it seems like iCloud doesn’t (and probably will not) support Google Chrome. Well this stinks.

  9. knirirr says:

    I noticed that as well – damn them!

  10. Rui Travassos says:

    It should support… Both Safari and Chrome are Webkit-based browsers so there are no big differences between both!

  11. Tom McGrath says:

    No Chrome? D: I guess I could live with Safari, it’s alright. Although it is quite a bit slower. IE, meh, it’s OK, at least IE 9 looks vaguely nice. And I’ve never really like Firefox.

  12. Bob B says:

    No Opera either. Not much of a surprise to see them not list the ‘other browsers.’ 

    Chrome sucks anyway. No benefit over Safari. Only reason I use it is because it has Flash.. on the rare occasion when I need Flash for anything. 

  13. johnbijl says:

    It’s BETA!

  14. Techy8789 says:

    Surprised that the list includes IE, and somewhat Firefox.

  15. Matt Ralston says:

    Just tried it in Chrome. The login page displays fine – no error messages or visual glitches. I don’t have a developer account, so I can’t go any further.

    I think they just don’t want to actively suggest that folks should use Chrome.

  16. Matt Ralston says:

    Just tried it in Chrome. The login page displays fine – no error messages or visual glitches. I don’t have a developer account, so I can’t go any further.

    I think they just don’t want to actively suggest that folks should use Chrome.

  17. mijlee says:

    Yeah seems to be a weird one, especially considering that Chrome should render as bear as damn it, the same as Safari. Another sign of the Google/Apple rift? I hope not, I want both to play nice and get along so they can provide what they are good at.

    Also I use Chrome so hope it will work with the new features.

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