Apple Looking Into Cloud Computing? Streaming Media, Wireless Syncing Soon, According to Rumors

July 1, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Apple have been giving some pretty clear indications that they plan on joining the cloud computing trend sooner or later, but they’re also known for delaying their releases until they’ve polished out every last bit of detail – which sometimes takes quite a while. However, according to some unverified sources, the company is planning on making a huge cloud computing-related revelation soon.

The service is supposed to come out by the end of the year, and will feature three notable components – first, there’ll be streaming music and video directly from Apple’s own servers to your computer as well as any of your Apple-made devices. Second, you’ll be able to stream your own media to other computers or devices made by Apple. Last but not least, your wireless iTunes devices will automatically be synced.

If this does come true, it will be a huge improvement to the current situation where users are pretty much limited by USB connectivity for the purpose of synchronization. Let’s hope we’ll actually see this on the market by the end of the year.

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