Apple unveils digital hub iCloud

Steve Jobs releases online storage service that he says will allow people to go "PC free".

    First came the iPod followed by the iPhone and then the iPad. Now Apple is releasing the umbrella tool to service them all - the iCloud.

    Steve Jobs, Apple's chief executive officer, emerged from medical leave to unveil the remote online data storage and sharing service on Tuesday.

    But it is a convenience that is also raising some eyebrows over security concerns.

    Al Jazeera's Gerald Tan reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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