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iCloud was launched in 2011 as the successor to MobileMe and is Apple’s current cloud service that allows iOS and Mac users to save and synchronize information. Apple includes 5GB of storage for free with all iCloud accounts and has paid options starting at $0.99/month for 50GB.

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iCloud Stories April 11

Patent troll accuses Apple of infringing 16 patents in respect of iCloud, macOS, iOS, more [U]

A lawsuit filed filed by a company in – you guessed it – the Eastern District of Texas accuses Apple of infringing no fewer than 16 separate patents. It was filed by Seven Networks …

iCloud Stories March 14

Several iCloud services experiencing lengthy downtime day after Facebook’s major outage

After Facebook saw what has been called its most severe global outage yesterday, Apple is having trouble with many of its services including iCloud, Photos, News, and more.

iCloud Stories March 1

Former high school teacher found guilty in Celebgate iCloud hacking sentenced to almost 3 years in prison

After pleading guilty last fall to hacking over 200 iCloud, Yahoo, and Facebook accounts, former high school teacher, Christopher Brannan, has been sentenced to 34 months in prison.

iCloud Stories February 14

How to merge contacts with iCloud

Apple’s ecosystem means using services such as iCloud to seamlessly sync important information from one device to another. Follow along to learn how to merge or import your contacts with iCloud.

iCloud Stories February 12

How to access iCloud on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and the web

iCloud is Apple’s cloud platform to save and synchronize data like photos, videos, contacts, notes, documents, and also store backups. If you’re not quite sure where to go to see and manage your saved data, follow along for how to access iCloud on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and the web.

iCloud Stories January 14

Apple’s FoundationDB open sources the database layer behind CloudKit

Apple originally acquired FoundationDB in 2015, and last April it announced that it was making the cloud database open source. Now, things are being taken a step further as FoundationDB has announced it is open sourcing Foundation DB Record Layer, which powers CloudKit.

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