Steve Jobs To Announce Apple iCloud Service Next Week
This coming Monday at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco Apple will be officially announcing their iCloud service. Initial reports say that no less than Steve Jobs will be the one responsible to bring the news this coming Monday.
The iCloud is Apple’s new cloud based music streaming service that will provide music content to various iOS devices. The company has recently completed deals with several major recording labels so that it can license songs which will be used in the iCloud library.
The great thing about this service is that people will have a way to sync their music wirelessly across several devices without the need for USB cables. As of now this service will be made available only for iOS devices such as the iPod Touch, iPhone and the iPad.
This won’t be the first cloud based service that Apple will be introducing; in fact it is already the fourth. The first attempt to cloud based service was the iDisk followed by MobileMe then Find My iPhone.
Other major companies that have already launched their own cloud based music service recently are Google and Amazon. The entry of Apple into this market means that the future of music downloads and listening is in the clouds.