CNet is repairing that Apple is trying to secure international music rights for cloud-based technologies for launch as early as tomorrow’s media event. Of course, the report goes on to say that both Apple and music providers are getting close to a deal, but nothing has been finalized. iCloud is poised to be Apple’s big, […]
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Report Claims Apple is Working On International iCloud Music Rights for Tomorrow’s Launch

icloudmtr250.jpgCNet is repairing that Apple is trying to secure international music rights for cloud-based technologies for launch as early as tomorrow’s media event. Of course, the report goes on to say that both Apple and music providers are getting close to a deal, but nothing has been finalized.

iCloud is poised to be Apple’s big, successful, entrance into cloud services. Content purchased from iTunes will be stored in the cloud. iTunes Match, which is a part of iCloud, will allow users to store music they did not purchase from iTunes in the cloud. The service is also set to offer over-the-air syncing of a users’ devices and content.

With all that said, it appears that for the moment at least, some of iCloud’s services will be limited to the U.S. market. You can thank the music industry for making things a thorny mess once again.

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