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Apple iCloud Price Details

Will You Pay For Apple's iCloud Service?

Apple released some news about its upcoming WWDC programming earlier this week, which will feature iCloud, iOS5, and OSX Lion. But a new report from the Los Angeles Times gives us even more details into Apple's iCloud service. According to the report, Apple has partnered with all four of the major music labels (Warner, EMI, Sony, and Universal) to bring music streaming to the cloud. Additionally, Apple is said to be offering a free trial for the service, but will eventually charge a $25 per year to use iCloud, which will come with ads. Not just streaming, iCloud is said to also allow you to sync your music, folders, emails, contacts, and documents across multiple machines.

Apple has provided subscription services before, but I think iCloud will be a lot more successful at this price point than MobileMe was at $99 a year. How do you feel about iCloud — will you pay to use the service?

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thecolor thecolor 5 years
key word "Apple's", not when Google offers it for SO much less!
maddyme maddyme 5 years
I would pay for it if it is $25.00 a year, not $25.00 a month, which is probably a more likely scenario.
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