So we know that Apple has plans for an iTunes in the Cloud service, where users can synchronize songs bought from the iTunes store across multiple devices, such as their computers, iPhones and iPads wirelessly. It has initially been limited to just the US market due to Apple inking deals major labels and publishers based in the US, however the good news is that Apple is expected to make an announcement today that will see iTunes in the Cloud service make its way into Europe.
According to reports, the service will be making its way into Europe and the UK will be the first country outside of the US to get authorization for this new cloud service. We’re guessing that this is a move Apple had been planning even though there were no official announcements. After all it was only last week where it was reported that the iTunes Music Store had included an additional ten more European countries, such as the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. Check our live blog for more iPhone/iOS5/iCloud announcements!
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