Word from The Wall Street Journal has it that Apple would be introducing photo-sharing features in iCloud at the Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) that is happening on June 11th. This new feature will also enable users to comment on these photos that have been shared with the masses. Apart from that, Apple might look into the additional service of enabling users to synchronize their personal videos using iCloud, which will, in all probability, be a tie in with Photo Stream. At the moment, iCloud users are able to toggle on the Photo Stream option, where this will synchronize photographs across Mac, iPhones, iPod touch and iPad devices. As for the new service, you can expect video synchronization to make it as well. Not only that, The Wall Street Journal (link requires subscription) also mentioned that the photo-sharing and video synchronization services will also debut in iOS 6, so those attending WWDC will be able to get a sneak peek.
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