Apple iCloud is a new service from the Apple Inc. that is on its way to strengthen its competitive advantage over the market and among its peers as the CEO of Apple Inc. announces about their new product, The Apple iCloud.Apple iCloud is set to be in services starting from 6th June 2011 at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco.
What Is Apple iCloud Service?
Apple iCloud Service is an online service offering its users the webspace to store their Digital Files online safely. As everyone of you know Music is the key component of Apple Inc. hence this service is also a little biased on to Music, Apple would like to offer iCloud services to its customers, enabling them to create, store and listen to their music collection online by streaming onto any web accessible device, such as the computer, smartphone or tablet. Apple also has plans for further enhancements to its iCloud services
Who All Are the Part of This Great Apple iCloud Service?
Apple has officially announced that they have signed deals and partnered with Warner Music Group Corp., Sony Corp.‘s Sony Music Entertainment and EMI Group Ltd. to provide the users of Apple iCloud their own music collection.
Who Are the Major Competitors for Apple iCloud?
The major competition as of now for the Apple iCloud service is the launch of similar services by Google and Amazon. Both these companies own similar services to Apple iCloud but what makes Apple stand out is that Apple iCloud has licensing deals with major music companies.
You can read about Google’s Music Service here : Google Launches Music Service.
This new launch by Apple may result in stiff competition among the iCloud service owners, Tell us why you would choose Apple iCloud.