iCloud stories

 
Pushing your music, photos, files and digital goodies "to the cloud" has become a common selling point. In commercials, after the pronouncement of those seemingly magical words, people are able to instantly watch their movies and listen to their music from almost anywhere. These promises aren't false. In a world where any device with a Wi-Fi connection was plugged into the cloud, you really could access your files anywhere. The problem is that we're on the frontier of such a reality, and there are dangers — serious dangers — that we'll have to tackle alongside the strengths offered by the cloud. Here's our forecast for the future of cloud computing.
 
It's pretty obvious at this point that Apple will be unveiling the iPhone 5, or whatever it will be called, within the next couple of months. But could they also be prepping an "iCloud iPhone" at the same time?