The Guardian is reporting that Apple is working on a new method of “adaptive streaming” for music stored in iCloud that will “adjust itself to the bandwidth and storage available on the receiving device.”
The UK paper is less clear on exactly how that new format will be implemented, saying that it could offer high-definition audio to users of iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch or alternatively offer a streaming service. The latter makes sense when the Apple acquisition of streaming service Lala.com in 2009 is considered.
The service will apparently be available at some un…
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Apple reportedly working on “adaptive streaming” for iCloud music