Apple iCloud could kick off a slew of updates and new services at WWDC. The annual show starts June 6. Here's what Apple iCloud may include.
Apple announced this morning that it will be kicking off the festivities of its Worldwide Developers Conference next week with a keynote led by CEO Steve Jobs (and other executives) covering iOS 5, Mac OS X Lion, and its long-rumored cloud service Apple iCloud.
The announcement cements the fact that this year’s WWDC is all about software. We already knew that Apple would be dishing out more details on OS X Lion at the event (we already caught a glimpse of it in February), and iOS 5 seemed like a given as well.
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But the announcement is definitely a strange way for the company to reference Apple iCloud, a service that has been talked about for some time, but never acknowledged by Apple.