9to5Mac (click link to read) is reporting that the staff training for iCloud and iOS 5 may just be around the corner following shots from an internal RetailMe application used by staff. As 9to5 point out, this time may be different to previous evidence but staff training usually precedes a couple of weeks or so before a release.
We will post if we see or hear anything else.
The Telegraph and MacRumors have highlighted a quote from a spokesperson for the Performing Right Society. The spokesperson it quoted as saying that Apple are “a long way off from any deals being signed.”
The articles also refer to a music executive at a major UK record label quoting “no one expects to see the cloud music service live on this side of the pond until 2012.”
This adds further to our post earlier this week regards a delay in the service outside of the US.
Lets us know your thoughts.
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