Apple is giving its customers a new way to access their music collections.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled iCloud during a conference in San Francisco. iCloud will enable people who purchased songs on iTunes to re-download the songs to any Apple device. The basic service is free, but there will also be a 25-dollar-a-year service called iTunes Match. It’ll take a look at your music collection and make those songs available via iCloud just as if you had bought them from iTunes. The free iCloud service also involves secure data backup, digital books, documents, email, contacts, calendar information and photos.