Apple has confirmed that it will be unveiling its iCloud at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2011 on June 6th. This confirmation came through a press release by Apple.
iCloud is expected to be Apple’s cloud service for music but the press release did not mention any details regarding music, rather it simply mentions it as Apple’s “cloud services offering”. Reportedly licensing deal has been signed with EMI and more such deals are in the offing with Sony and Universal, thus clearing the pathway for iCloud.
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