Yep. Apple is planning a cloud-based music locker service, which will let users stream their music, over the Web, to different devices.
Which may sound a lot like what Amazon rolled out last month.
From the music industry’s perspective, however, there’s a big difference: Amazon started its service without getting approval from the big music labels. But Apple is actively seeking licenses for its service, and will pay the labels for the privilege.
Except the lack of iOS support, Amazon’s cloud music service is everything I want. I’m fairly certain the Apple service, like Ping, will be primarily written to meet the company’s goals, not the users’.