Yesterday Apple announced that Steve Jobs will be delivering the Keynote speech at WWDC 2011, they also announced in their press release that they would unveil a new cloud based service called iCloud.
We have been hearing for weeks that Apple’s iCloud service will offer music streaming to iOS devices, as Apple has reportedly signed a number of deals with major music labels to license music to Apple for their iCloud streaming service.
Now according to Cnet, we may see more that music streaming with Apple’s iCloud service in the future, as Apple are reported to be in talks with a number of movie and TV studios about bringing video streaming to their iCloud service.
It seems that this feature wont launch when iCloud is announced next week, as the report says there are a number of details that need to be ironed out with the studios in order to offer video streaming through Apple’s iCloud.
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