We need Internet external hard drives, Internet storage, the “cloud,” whatever you want to call it.
Apple’s iCloud comes at the right time, when mobile and Internet have intersected to allow consumption from anywhere.
Right now, I’m testing out Amazon’s cloud services for my music. It works. So does Google music cloud. But I want Apple, that’s why I’ve been waiting for the iCloud.
There’s been conflicting reports about iCloud in it’s ability to host owned music that can’t be matched in iTunes. This will be a serious setback if this feature gets excluded.
As you can see, I want to dump my files, especially my music files, and I want to do it on Apple’s servers. Simply said, iTunes is still the best music jukebox around.