Apple’s secret keeping skills are infamous. Rumors fly around for months before a launch of any kind, and genuinely miss the mark by a country mile. But, when Cupertino slips up, the whole world knows about it. I only need mention the words “prototype” and “Gizmodo” in a sentence and you’ll all know exactly what I’m getting at. Apple has done it again, but, on a much lower scale.
Intermittently during today, iCloud.com’s beta site has been showing up a couple of new features: Notes and Reminders. Currently, the two services are only available as native apps on iOS devices. To have a web presence would certainly add a new dimension to Notes and Reminders, and a much needed extra facet to iOS and iCloud. In terms of release, I think it’s a fairly safe bet to say we’ll see it launch at WWDC in June along with iOS 6.