An Arizona communications company says it's been calling itself iCloud long before Apple unveiled its new wireless syncing service.
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If I am going to completely switch to Ubuntu Linux, I need a means of syncing my iPhone and iPad, but there is no native Linux version of iTunes.
Apple has gone out of its way to quench speculation about its upcoming announcement at WWDC by saying what will be introduced at the conference, but that still leaves these big questions about the upcoming iCloud services.
Rumors are flying about what Apple will announce at its Worldwide Developers Conference. Here's a rundown of some of the possibilities.
Apple's so-called iCloud is expected to scan your library and mirror its selection on its servers, sometimes resulting in better versions of the music files.
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