Rumors about iCloud start getting lot of heat in the days before WWDC, today we got pictures of iCloud Official Logo / iCon which Apple will unveil at WWDC on June 6 and now Los Angeles Times reveals some detailed information about iCloud in their report. The cloud based music streaming service by Apple will be unveil at WWDC on June 6 and will allow iTunes users to store the purchased music data on  iCloud servers and then listen it from any web browser of Apple device.

According to the report by LATimes, Apple will offer a free trail of service to those users who buy music from iTunes first and may later charge users about $25/year for the iCloud services. The report also says without further details “Apple would also sell advertising around its iCloud service”. This time on this advertising we have no further details.