According to The Music Void, Apple is pushing hard to re-launch its MobileMe service this April. The new MobileMe service is said to include a music storage service, to be called Locker.
Again we hear the term, “from informed sources”, this time telling The Music Void that Apple has already sealed a deal with Warner. Apple is using that to leverage the other music labels to get the deals done in time for the supposed launch in April. The Locker service would provide an online backup or storage solution for music which could then be accessed via any iPad, iPod touch or iPhone device linked to the same iTunes account. In other words Cloud Storage! The new MobileMe service is rumored to come with a subscription price of $20 a year.
Would you use the Locker music service? Would it be worth $20 a year? Let us know in the comments!
[The Music Void via 9to5 Mac]