The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple's cloud-based hosting service is set to get an upgrade soon which will add features such as an Instagram-like app (photo-filter-sharing application) and other apps which are, so far, iOS-devices exclusive.
According to sources, Apple will be unveiling the upgraded iCloud a few days before they kick off the WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference), which will be begin on June 11. The upgraded platform is set to be opened to the general public during the conference.
Currently, iCloud users can store information (such as downloads and images) from their devices. The upgrade will add not only an app which can edit your photos on cloud but also two other apps most iOS users find useful: Notes and Reminders, and they will also be able to get synced with user's iOS devices.
Contacted by multiple media outlets, Apple refused to comment on the possible iCloud upgrade.
Source:The Wall Street Journal