With Apple dominating the digital music  market, it would only make sense that Apple takes on it competitors in the up and coming cloud services.  With Google and Amazon introudcing the service, Apple now looks to perfecting the service with its own iCloud.

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Earliar this year both competitors to Apple, Amazon and Google introduced cloud services to the public.  The only problem was both Amazon and Google were unable to lock down deals with 3 of the 4 major music labels.   Apple could preview the iCloud  service as early June at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.

If your unfamiliar with cloud drives,  they are internet drives that store you files. Which will  Securely store your music, videos, photos, and documents online and access them from anywhere.  All the industry insiders are looking to see if Apple puts it own spin on its cloud drive, will it have music services attached to it from the music labels, what will they be charging (you know Apple is looking to make profit and not offer free services) and how will it operate.  Currently both Google and Amazon offer free services when it comes to its cloud drives but things could change once Apple annouinces its service.