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The first developer beta of iOS 6 has a new feature that turns the iTunes Match music service from a download feature into a true online streaming music service.
Apple has sent a note to developers alerting them that their iCloud libraries would be deleted on Saturday in preparation for the launch of iTunes Match which has had its public launched delayed.
Apple has given its developers access to the beta for its upcoming iTunes Match feature which also has early iCloud streaming music support.
Today during the WWDC keynote, Steve Jobs introduced a number of new products coming from Apple this year. Some of the new software will be available starting today, while others will officially launch later on...