If the speculation is true, and AppleApple has chosen a name for its new service, then we may be seeing Apple's rumored online music storage service soon. Perhaps as early as June during the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference, as current rumors suggest. Alles zu Apple auf CIO.de
Although, when it comes to naming new products, the rumors tend to fall flat. Remember the lead up to MicrosoftMicrosoft officially naming its search engine Bing -- and the company's rumored efforts to snap up all the variants of Kumo.com Alles zu Microsoft auf CIO.de
Then again, Xcerion recently rebranded iCloud as CloudMe so the name was, or is, available. At the moment, iCloud.com currently redirects to CloudMe.com, and the Whois database lists Xcerion as the owner of iCloud.com through 2018.
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It would be a little puzzling for Apple to use a name like iCloud for its online music storage offering when iTunes is already such a recognizable brand. Who knows Maybe Apple plans to rebrand MobileMe as iCloud to better reflect the fact that all of your stuff can be stored in the cloud including your music, contacts, e-mail, photos and documents. Current rumors suggest Apple is planning to relaunch MobileMe as a free service to compete with similar offerings from competitors such as GoogleGoogle and Microsoft. Alles zu Google auf CIO.de