Apple’s cloud music could finally make piracy pay (AP)

Nov 29 2013

Apple chief executive Steve Jobs (pictured) has interrupted his medical leave to unveil a free service called iCloud that stores music, photos and other content on the Web and shares it across multiple devices.(AFP/Kimihiro Hoshino)AP – Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs on Monday introduced more than just a cloud storage system for songs that fans buy legitimately through iTunes. He unveiled a system that might finally get music lovers to pay for the songs they got through less-than-proper means.

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