WWDC 2012 is only a few weeks away. Thus, all sorts of Apple software rumors are starting to make the rounds. Today, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the iCloud will gain some new features, most notably, a way to share galleries of photos with other iCloud users. These photos would be open to comments by other iCloud users you share with and would be separate sets outside of a user’s standard Photo Stream, which currently stores the last 1000 photos you’ve shot with your iOS device or added via your computer. It is also stated that the web interface for iCloud will sync reminders and notes from iOS.
The inclusion of notes and reminders on iCloud is a necessary update but the revamped photo sharing features would mark a bit of a change of pace for Apple after the shutting down in a few weeks of MobileMe, Apple’s cloud solution prior to iCloud.