While Microsoft’s Steve-Hardy-Ballmer is no doubt putting together their E3 conferance, his opposite number, Steve-Laurel-Jobs is planning the Apple developer conferance where the fruity firm is set to unveil a new cloud service that they’ll be pushing on the fanboys and girls.
Unsurprisingly, Apple are going with the imaginitive name “iCloud” which is set to challenge rivals to the service like Apple and Google. However, while Jobs showing up is quite a surprise, the cloud service isn’t so much as Apple bought up the domain icloud.com earlier this year.
Attendees to the ritualistic Apple conferance will also be treated to information and demos of the upcoming Max OS update, Lion, which will bring several improvements; apparently. No doubt this will bring about a standing ovation.