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Apple's venture into the cloud has so far been successful -- even in the face of competitive rivalry from Microsoft's SkyDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox -- and things can only get better. We're expecting to see some interesting improvements, from new applications to additions that exist already in iOS.
Let's have a look around at what we expect to see.
iCloud, which allows users to sync photos and contacts across iOS devices -- such as iPhones and iPads -- could soon open up functionality to other areas, such as Notes and Reminders. It's already included in OS X 10.8 "Mountain Lion" so we can reasonably assume there will be a similar feature addition to the Web interface.
According to sister site CNET, banner-like notifications will arrive to iCloud will add to the overall look and feel of the Web interface. It's not yet clear how this will work, but it could include synchronisation updates and let users know when a new text message or email has arrived. It's also a similar feature to one that will appear in OS X 10.8 "Mountain Lion", expected to be released or at least officially debuted during WWDC 2012.