Show Hide image Politics The Daily Mail informs its readers that iCloud isn't actually a cloud Mail readers may at last stop shaking their fists at the sky. Print HTML Sometimes this mole just wants to kiss the inky, sweaty pages of the Mail for being the mid-market daily that keeps on giving. An eagle-eyed tweeter has noticed that while covering the story of iCloud's information leak and weak security, the Daily Mail has informed its readers that Apple's back-up service is "not an actual cloud". Here's the tweet: Daily Mail tells readers the #iCloud isn't an actual cloud in the sky pic.twitter.com/hgrYBjMTie — Ben Black (@BenBlack) September 3, 2014 Cirrusly? What a load of cumulonimbys. › Results, riffs and rhythms: Remembering James Alexander Gordon I'm a mole, innit. Subscribe More Related articles From "cockroaches" to campaigns: how the UK press u-turned on the refugee crisis A French newspaper prints a full-page picture of Jeremy Corbyn in his underwear (kind of) What's going on with the BBC and the Met Office?