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Apple users can already mark next Monday day June 6th and seven in the afternoon (Spanish time) as day D and hour H in their agendas. Manzana has confirmed that by that time he will hold a presentation event in which we will see Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 and a set of services that will eventually be called iCloud.
The event will be presented by the CEO of the company, Steve Jobs, despite his temporary medical leave. It was to be expected that the presentation of both Apple operating systems would be confirmed after the press release we received at the end of last March, although perhaps the most interesting thing is that The official name of Apple’s cloud services, iCloud, has been revealed:
[…] At the keynote, Apple will unveil its next-generation software: Líon, the eighth major version of Mac OS X; iOS 5, the new version of the operating system that powers the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch; and iCloud, Apple’s upcoming cloud services platform.
It’s funny, because Apple usually never reveals anything until it is officially launched. Be that as it may, we are only six days away from see how Apple shows its cards to compete against cloud services that Google and Amazon have lately released in the form of Google Music and Amazon Cloud Player. We’ll be alert.
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