“An apparent glitch in the iCloud account system has resulted in some accounts showing extended storage space with renewal dates years in the future,” Topher Kessler reports for CNET.

“Apple offered existing MobileMe customers a temporary extra 20GB of storage [over iCloud’s 5GB base level] to accommodate user data during the transition to the new service. Apple originally offered this extra storage for a month, but increased this timeframe to September 30 and has been notifying users of this upcoming change,” Kessler reports.

Kessler reports, “On September 30, Apple did make a change to users’ iCloud accounts; however, to users’ surprise, instead of a lowered storage level, their iCloud accounts kept the same 25GB of space and furthermore showed the expiration for the storage had been pushed back to 2050.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: More glitches like this, please!

(Alas, our iCloud accounts only say “20GB – $40.00 /year” with an option for “50GB $100.00 – year).”

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]