We’ve had our ear to the ground of the rumorsphere, and have seen talk amongst various places that Apple is readying the backend for a new iOS (and possibly Mac) service. These “rumors” line up nicely with the current timeframe: in order to launch something at WWDC on June 6-10, the backend would need to begin going live.
As to what that backend will support, though, remains more or less a mystery. We speculate, however, that Apple is about to launch a service named iCloud, which is a name that was recently acquired from Xcerion. iCloud.com is rumored to be Apple’s answer to Amazon’s Cloud Player and the concisely-named Music Beta by Google.
More as we hear it!