When Apple announced iOS 5 and iCloud earlier in the year they also announced a new music streaming service which is called iTunes Match, and it will basically let you stream music that you already own from the cloud direct to your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
When Apple released iOS 5 earlier in the month, we were told that iTunes Match would launch in November, and now it would appear that iTunes Match may be getting ready to launch.
Apple has now activated the option to turn on iTunes Match in iOS 5, which could mean that the service will launch soon, iTunes Match will only be available in the US at first and the service will cost $24.99 per year.
We still dont have any information if iTunes Match will also be available in the UK and Europe at the same time as the US launch, we suppose it depends on whether Apple has managed to sign similar deals with the European record companies as it did in the US.
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