iTunes 10.3 is expected to be identical to the current version of iTunes, iTunes 10.2.2.
iTunes in the Cloud is part of a broader offering, named iCloud. iCloud keeps your important information and content up to date across all your devices.
iTunes in the Cloud is in beta form currently, which allows users to take advantage of iCloud, which will become available in the fall, as well as “iTunes in the Cloud”, which is available starting today.
It’s a hassle and frustrating to keep all your information and content up-to-date across all your devices. iCloud makes it easy for you.
MobileMe, the new Internet service allows for real-time syncing of files between devices, as well as streaming pictures. You can even share changes to documents on the fly. At WWDC today, Steve Jobs pointed out the need for the technology:
iTunes in the Cloud allows users to have all their purchased content, including songs, Apps, books and more synced across up to 10 devices of their own, including both Mac and Windows computers, iPads and other iOS 4.3.3 devices.
•You can download your past music purchases at no additional cost. Your purchases are available in the iTunes Store on your Mac or in the iTunes app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
•You can convert music into high quality audio files
•iBookstore for Mac and PC and the new purchased tab are two new features other new features that come with iTunes 10.3 are the
•Automatic Downloads. Purchase music from any device or computer and automatically download a copy to your Mac and iOS devices.
All of this happens automatically and wirelessly.
The automatic downloads and downloading of purchase history require at least iOS 4.3.1 on iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch 4G, 3G, iPad, iPad 2, Mac or PC with iTunes 10.3.
International pricing for iTunes match yet, although it should be similar to the US fee.
Download iTunes 10.3 for Windows and Mac