iCloud is trending on news that a beta version of the much-anticipated Apple software has been released for developers.
So what exactly does iCloud do? Well, it syncs mail, calendar, contacts, music, and much more between multiple Apple devices. All of this info is catapulted into the “Cloud,” freeing you from the manacles of the USB drive. Apple will provide 5GB of space for free; 10GB cost $20 per year, and 50GB will cost $100 per year.
What people are most excited about, though, is what iCloud will do for iTunes. Any music downloaded from iTunes will automatically sync up to music in the Cloud and won't count against your allotment of space. Any other music can be added to iCloud for $25 per year.