AppleInsider reports that Apple made these statements during its annual shareholders meeting on Wednesday.
The news suggests that Apple has experienced some delays with the new $1 billion data center in Maiden, N.C., as last October the company said it expected the facility to open "any day now."
Apple also said at its shareholder meeting that the North Carolina facility will be the company's second data center. The Mac maker has a multi-million dollar facility in Newark, Calif., that was originally built for telecommunications company MCI WorldCom.
A recent report suggests that Apple's revamped MobileMe service could offer new social features taking from Facebook, Foursquare, and uStream. Longstanding rumors also have Apple storing customers' iTunes Library in the cloud.