Apple iCloud To Be Launched At WWDC On June 6

Apple announced today that it will launch iCloud at the World Wide Developers Conference on June 6, the coming week. Apple’s CEO and Co-Founder Steve Jobs will lead the event with a keynote for the release of iCloud. Some top executives will also be present for the release of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and iOS 5.

Apple iCloud WWDC

The WWDC on June 6 is expected to have 100 technical sessions conducted by Apple Engineers. This will be a great learning ground for all developers to know more about the current technologies of Apple. Apple has also tied up with three leading music recording companies including EMI Music, Warner Music and Sony Music.

iCloud.com was bought by Apple in April for an estimated $4.5 million. The iCloud’s cloud services will most probably replace the existing MobileMe service, according to exclusive reports of AppleInsider. The biggest expectation will be the music streaming service over cloud. Apple on the other hand needs publishing rights for these services and the company is still in negotiations.

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