Every once in a while, Apple's cloud services, and the features/apps attached to them, run into a bit of an issue. Typically speaking, Apple isn't quick to go out of its way to detail what those issues might be. But, the company's official system status page can let us all know when a problem crops up.
Apple has announced that its legacy document syncing service, dubbed iCloud Documents and Data, will be discontinued and replaced by iCloud Drive beginning May 2022.
If you download files to your device from the internet often, then you’re used to the routine. You may have even changed your downloads location to a specific spot. But if you’ve never downloaded a file on iOS, then you’re probably wondering where those files went!
Here, we’ll show you how to access downloaded files on iPhone and iPad.
If you are trying to access iCloud-based services like Calendar, Contacts, and others, but coming up short, there's a reason.
Not too long ago Apple released macOS Catalina 10.15.4 to the public, along with iOS 13.4 and iPadOs 13.4, which brought the long-awaited iCloud Drive Folder Sharing feature to the public.
Following weeks of beta seeds, Apple has finally released the next update for iOS and iPadOS, bringing the public version to 13.4.
After an initial delay, which Apple issued in late 2019, it looks like Apple is finally ready to bring iCloud Drive folder sharing to the masses.
The iCloud.com website is now available with a new landing page on mobile devices which finally brings support for some of its web apps such as Photos, Notes and Reminders. Previously, accessing the website from an iPhone or Android used to bring up a landing page informing you that you couldn't get to the web apps whilst using a mobile browser.
The iCloud folder sharing feature in macOS Catalina 10.15, which released Monday for public consumption, seems to have been officially delayed until spring 2020.
Many popular cloud-storage services support folder sharing, from Microsoft's OneDrive service to Google Drive, Dropbox and beyond. If you use Apple devices, you can share iCloud folders with others — and iDownloadBlog shows you how.