Apple has finally launched in the U.S. iTunes Match with a few weeks late. The system allows for a subscription of $ 24.99 per year to store their music in the cloud. Even those that have been pirated. The new 10.5.1 version of iTunes software makes it so compatible with the new service from Apple, one that will be the latest “one more thing” from Steve Jobs at WWDC in June 2011. This system allows for $ 25 a year to store on Apple’s servers all its music, not only those purchased from the iTunes Store, but also encoded its own CD and even download illegally.
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This is a huge step that the record companies have reached with Apple to implement this system. It is akin to a kind of blanket license that allows you to make it even more often consists of a nightclub illegally acquired titles. No release date is officially scheduled for the time in Europe, but many rumors are aligned to a very advanced stage in discussions between Apple and the majors. Other new features in iTunes 10.5.1 also focus on the cloud: all purchases in the Store are now available and can be downloaded automatically to all devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, PC and Apple TV).