Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 09:10 AM
"When Apple announced iTunes Match at WWDC back in June, it was a little unclear whether the service would allow you to stream your music library to your iOS devices as opposed to storing it locally - allowing you to access your tracks without actually taking up any of your precious storage space."
It wasn't announced but it was always one option we were hoping for, and it appears Apple came through. This was all revealed when Apple released their iTunes 10.5 Beta 6.1 to developers yesterday. You can watch how it all works in this video from Insanely Great Mac. And it appears for your yearly price of $24.99 USD, you get to store approximately 250 GB of music (25,000 songs). That isn't a bad price at all. What are your thoughts?