As Apple's iTunes in the cloud readies itself for launch, a few new details are coming out regarding the music locker service. CNET says music industry insiders have said that Apple could offer the iTunes in the cloud service for free in the beginning but will eventually require a fee. Insiders are still unsure what…
According to Reuters sources, Apple has finished its online music storage service and is getting ready to launch it. Apple's plan is to allow iTunes users to put their songs on the cloud and then stream them to their phone. Looks like the seeds of Apple's cloud are beginning to take shape.
Too many headlines have focused on iTV and new iPods for the upcoming Apple event that the cloud-based iTunes has almost slid into obscurity. Almost. AllThingsD's sources say to forget about a streaming service, and start thinking social.