Apple is expected to launch a new cloud storage service for Mac users soon, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing people familiar with the matter.
Apple will begin offering cloud storage and iCloud storage for Macs and iPads in early 2017, according to people familiar who asked not to be identified because the product is still in the development stage.
The service, which could be called iCloud Storage or iCloud Photo, will be accessible from any Mac, iOS or Apple TV, and will be available for purchase via Apple’s online store or the Apple App Store.
The service will also be available through Macs that can connect to iCloud, but only through Apple’s cloud storage.
While Apple has previously announced that it will provide free cloud-based storage for all Macs in 2018, it has not released any details about the service.
It remains unclear what features will be included with the service, such as whether users can access the service on their own devices or on Apple TVs.