What Is Apple iCloud
What is Apple iCloud?
Apple iCloud is a popular cloud service offered by Apple primarily for data storage and data sharing. As of February 2016, Apple iCloud had 782 million users.
Apple iCloud can be used by users to store data such as documents, photos, music files, etc., in Apple cloud. The stored data can be uploaded or downloaded to iPhone, other Apple devices, Mac, or Windows computers. The stored can also be shared with others users.
Apple iCloud can also be used to backup settings and data on iPhone and other Apple devices. The backup can be used to restore settings and data on replacement devices, in case the original device was damaged or lost.
Apple iCould actually uses Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform to support its services.
Apple iCould service is free for owners of any Apple devices with 5 GB of storage space. Users can purchase additional storage for a total of 50 GB, 200 GB, 1 TB or 2 TB.
The picture below shows you how Apple iCloud can be used to store and share photos:
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