Apple CEO Steve Jobs will announce its new anticipated cloud service at its developer conference next Monday, the company said in a release issued on Tuesday.
Apple confirmed that the cloud service will be called “iCloud,” similar to its other product names.
“Steve Jobs and a team of Apple executives will kick off the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote address,” the release said. Of note, Jobs has been on medical leave since early this year and his only recent public appearance thus was when he unveiled the next-generation iPad 2.
At the address, Apple is slated to debut its eighth major Mac OS, Lion, the iOS 5 for the iPad, iPod touch, and the iPhone, as well as the iCloud.
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