Next Monday, June the 6th is Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), and we already know that the focus of WWDC 2011 will be software, with Apple announcing that they will be showing off iOS 5, Mac OS X Lion and their new iCloud service.
According to a recent report, Apple will be offering some of their new iCloud services for free to users who upgrade OS X to the latest version, Mac OS X Lion 10.7 which is expected to be available from next week.
It isn’t clear as yet exactly what Apple’s new iCloud will offer, whether Apple will replace its MobileMe with iCloud or whether iCloud will be separate for streaming music to iOS devices and also videos when the service becomes available.
We are expecting Apple to announce the music streaming service part of iCloud next week, although we suspect that this won’t be part of the free services offered to users who upgrade to Mac OS X Lion.
Source Apple Insider
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