The iCloud music service for unlocked iphone 4, ipad and other iOS devices is one that Apple has been talking about for quite some time, but has not released a great amount of details about thus far. Their new cloud based music service will get its first debut at the Worldwide Developer Conference, which will be taking place in San Francisco sometime next month. There are a number of other products that have been introduced that are similar as of late, including one by Amazon as well. Apple will likely have a number of deals in place with some of the largest record labels in the music industry.
A number of sources have claimed to have inside information stating that Apple has been in talks with record labels regarding their iCloud music service for quite some time, which would echo the sentiments and estimations by many in the industry. There has been no information about which record labels they might be talking to but with the success of iTunes you can bet that the labels would be eager to work with the company at the drop of a hat.
Users will be able to stream music over the cloud directly through any personal computer, iPhone 4 unlocked, iPad, or iPod, which should help users to access music from virtually anywhere in the world. This will also allow them to create playlists, which will come in handy when they are in their car and in other areas where they are listening the music.
The appeal of the service might be limited because of the amount of storage capacity that Apple already has on their devices, but that does not mean that they will not be able to find a large user base. This will certainly be an interesting service offered by Apple, but might be one to find the footing that they hope that it will.