Apple all set to launch iTunes Cloud service

May 23rd, 2011 by dvdxplayer 1,950 views |Comments Off

According to Bloomberg, Apple is all set to start their iTunes cloud service, owning secured licensing agreements with three of the huge four labels.

Apple has reached agreements with EMI, Warner music group and Sony music and is close to a cope with Universal music Group, the largest brand in your world.

The new cloud offering would let end users save their music on Apple’s servers and access it from their iOS devices, wherever they have Internet.

Differentiating the iCloud company from rival offerings by Amazon and Google, is the fact that about ten to twenty seconds of the music will be saved internally for your device, meaning no delay in any way when starting streaming.

Apple, although unconfirmed, may be prepared to start the company at their developer’s conference, starting on June 6th.


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