Apple announced the launch of its iCloud remote music and document storage service yesterday, but without any announcement that it would allow users to sync video content.
iCloud will enable users to store music purchased on the iTunes Store in the cloud, enabling them to sync it to multiple devices. Forthcoming features include the ability to store up to 5GB of photos and documents, and the ability (for an additional US$25  a year) to sync music not purchased on the iTunes store.
However, Apple CEO Steve Jobs did not announce that video services would be available Â a possibility that had been raised in various reports in the run-up to the launch.Â
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19 January 2022 @ 18:34:00 UTC