Earlier, we reported that the new Macs may offer a Retina display. Now, The Wall Street Journal now reports that Apple is planning to reveal an upgrade to iCloud at next month’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), with one of the main new features being a photo-sharing functionality.
Apple is also reportedly looking to extend iCloud’s Photostream feature to video, allowing users to access their personal videos through iCloud. In addition, the report confirms that Notes and Reminders will be accessible via iCloud.com. Finally.
The new features will reportedly be revealed at WWDC 2012 and will make their way into iOS 6, which is also expected to be previewed at WWDC.
Sounds like the announcements that will be made at WWDC 2012 will be another milestone for Apple.