As Apple's iTunes in the cloud readies itself for launch, a few new details are coming out regarding the music locker service. CNET says music industry insiders have said that Apple could offer the iTunes in the cloud service for free in the beginning but will eventually require a fee.
Insiders are still unsure what Apple wants to charge but previous reports had pegged it to be about $US20 a year. Many other music streaming services charge users to use their services so it's not really a surprise that Apple plans to. They do know how to make a buck, after all. [CNET]