It’s official, iCloud, iOS 5, and Lion announcements coming at WWDC

You can put down your speculation cap for a couple of seconds. Apple just sent out a press release indicating that the company will show off Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud on Monday, June 6th, at WWDC 11. Steve Jobs and other executives will take the stage to show off the newfangled services to the world.

This news puts to rest some of the rumors that iOS 5 wouldn’t be announced until September, alongside the rumored iPhone 5 (4s).

For those who haven’t been following the iCloud rumors, it has been said that Apple’s about to release a major refresh for MobileMe. Some parts of the upgrade could be free (email, calendar, etc), while others may carry a price tag, much like MobileMe currently does. There have been rumors that iCloud would include a media locker that would let users stream their media across the cloud to any device that can access iCloud. Again, these are just a couple of rumors, but we’ll be sure to know for sure come next Monday once WWDC kicks off.

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