In addition to the Google Music announcement earlier, it looks like we’re one step closer towards the launch of Apple’s iTunes Match service as well. The company has started sending out emails, letting them know that they will be deleting all current iCloud libraries on Saturday, November 12th at 10am PST.
iTunes Match was supposed to be launched by the end of October, and with that date missed, who knows when Apple will be giving it the green light? However, the wiping of Match libraries in preparation for the launch can only be a good sign. How many of you folks are eagerly waiting to use iTunes Match, and those of you who have been testing it: how is it so far?
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