Apple customers could soon be able to listen to whatever song they want wherever they want.
The “Wall Street Journal” reports agreements between the computer giant and music companies indicate it’s starting a new cloud music service. While details are sparse right now, it’s believed the service will scan the music libraries of consumers and make those songs available for streaming. It wouldn’t require customers to actually upload the music files to a different server like similar services from Amazon and Google. Apple has reportedly inked agreements with three major music firms for the deal and is working on more. The company isn’t confirming the report, but says it will unveil a new service called “iCloud” next week in San Francisco.