Today, Apple announced 2 very important things: First, Apple announced officially that it will be talking about a new service called “iCloud”, which Apple bought the domain rights to just a few weeks earlier. No music plans were announced, but considering that Google and Amazon already have streaming services, and Apple has been in talks with several major music labels over streaming rights, it seems a given that a music service will be announced. We’ll just have to wait until the week of June 6th to find out more.
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Secondly: If you have a Macbook from October 2009-April 2011, you can get the bottom of it fixed. Some users have apparently been having trouble with the rubber separators not staying in place. Apple say you can either take into an Apple Store, and authorized Apple dealer, or request a kit to be mailed to you which will let you fix it yourself for free. No word on how long deal this will last.
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