Apple’s iCloud service will come with an upgrade next month; Report

iCloud service

Apple Inc. will reveal the major upgrade in its iCloud online service at the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) starting from June 11.

It has been reported that the upgraded iCloud will have a new photo-sharing functionality to share and comment on the photos. It would also have Sync Video feature. Currently, the users can store and sync only one kind of photos through iCloud’s feature called as Photo Stream, which has no sharing facility and which permits to access only last 30 days of photos or 1000 photos on Apple devices or PCs.

[hana-code-insert name=’StumbleUpon’ /][hana-code-insert name=’Reddit’ /]Apple is also trying that “Notes” and “Reminders” – apps to write down notes – could also be accessed through iCloud.com

The new features of iCloud would come with the new operating system that would be iOS 6.

iCloud was launched by the company last October and this upgrade is thought to be the “most significant refresh of iCloud since its launch”. It has been reported that more than 125 million Apple device owners had registered for the iCloud service until April.

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Inforains

Via:

The Wall Street Journal