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It appears that Apple will soon relaunch its cloud-based services under the iCloud banner. Can it also hang an 'open for business' sign on its cloud?
Apple's reportedly may have paid as much as $4.5 million to acquire the name from Xcerion, a company that runs a free Webtop and online file storage service.
Apple hasn't revealed the exact price it is planning to charge for an annual subscription to the service.
Apple appears closer than rival Google when it comes to launching a cloud-based music streaming service.
The update includes fixes for syncing with iOS devices and problems with video previews in the iTunes store.
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