Apple has been trying to develop a new way for its users to enjoy music without having to worry about the storage limit for quite awhile already. Now the deal between Apple and other four companies is closer to the final agreement already, according to person familiar to the matter.
Talking more about the cloud music deal, Apple has somehow come up with agreement with Universal, Sony Corp.’s music arm, EMI Group Ltd. and Warner Music Group Corp. If Apple can reach for the deal, cloud music service will be very competitive while other two Google and Amazon.com have already pushed out for the public already.
Currently Amazon.com offers free 5 gigabytes of cloud storage and starting at $20 per year for 20 gigabytes in case you want to get more storage. Google offers its cloud music for FREE at the starting plan.
However something is expected to reveal at Apple’s annual developers’ conference in San Francisco on June 6th.