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Apple Talks Cloud Computing With Music Labels

March 3, 2022 | Peter Chubb

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Apple Talks Cloud Computing With Music Labels

As we well know Apple is in continued talks with a number of major record labels in the hope of offering user support for online cloud storage for iTunes. We have since learned that the iPhone maker is now in talks with movie studios to offer the same cloud storage for films as well.

There were those who doubted that either would ever happen, but a recent Wall Street Journal article shows that cloud based iTunes content could become a reality, although we are not certain how long it will be before the service is available to users.

If or shall we say when the service launches, then users will be able to store their media content in a central place, they can then gain access to their content from more than one Internet device. Apple and music and movie companies are thought to be ironing out the details, as they do not want to content made available just for Apple devices, but all media devices.

Mashable explains that we all the basic details behind cloud media storage, but when it comes to how it works, well that is one that will take time explaining, visit their website for more details on this.

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