New rumors point to an early release of OS X Lion.
Tomorrow Apple launches the WWDC 2011. OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud will be the big topics Apple will present to developers and the world. New rumors courtesy of 9to5Mac suggest that we might get treated to OS X Lion earlier than expected. Apple said that the next Macupdate would come in summer, but maybe it already arrives on June 14.
Would this mean that the iCould is also ready by then? Reading the interesting rumor about how some services of the iCloud work on Cult of Mac, i would be really surprised Apple has already everything in place. Cult of Mac describes the storage function of the Apple iCloud relaying on new Time Capsules. Your data would not be stored at an Apple hosted data center, but on your personal Time Capsule. I do believe that this is a great idea, but it is too expensive for most consumers. I could imagine that Apple offers a choice. You could store your data on the iCloud or if you are paranoid you can buy a new Time Capsule and Apple manages to have your data available everywhere through the iCould.
The WWDC 2011 keynote on Monday is going to be possible one of the most important in years. Apple is trying to define how we are going to use cloud services with our home computers and mobile devices.
Stay up to date with the latest rumors and news about the iCould in our iCloud Snapshot.
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