Could Apple’s rumored cloud music service be named iCloud? It could, assuming the company just bought the domain, which Gigaom suspects.

According to Gigaom, until earlier this month, was owned by Linkoping, Sweden-based, Xcerion, which is a desktop-as-a-service company. However, on April 5, Xcerion rebranded its service, CloudMe and setup shop on a new website,

Although the Whois database still shows Xcerion as the owner of, a Gigaom source says Apple now owns it. They also believe Apple purchased the domain from Xcerion for $4.5 million.

Currently, a visit to automatically takes you to the address.

Apple is largely expected to unveil a cloud-based music service sometime soon to compete with Amazon’s Cloud locker. Although nothing is official, Apple could announce its service at the WWDC in June.

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