On Monday, Apple launched its iCloud website for developers, and, in the process, unveiled the pricing structure for its hotly anticipated cloud service. Apple will provide iOS 5 users with 5GB of storage for free. Music, apps, and books purchased on iTunes will not count toward that 5GB, nor will photos posted to the new "Photo Stream" feature. Those who require more space can upgrade and pay $20 a year for 10GB, $40 a year for 20GB, and $100 a year for 50GB.
Yahoo! News - Today at its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple revealed details about iCloud, a cloud storage and syncing service with close ties toÂ iTunes. iCloud serves as a kind of virtual locker, syncing all things i... Read Post
Steve Jobs took a break from his medical leave to show off some major new Apple software today, including its hotly anticipated new cloud computing service. The service, predictably dubbed “iCloud,” lets users keep all manner of dat... Read Post