Apple iCloud Documents and Data is Finally Part of iCloud Drive

In 2014, Apple released iCloud Documents and Data. This was a system that automatically synchronised data from several apps and made it accessible across multiple devices. Apple has now stopped providing this service. But don’t worry: iCloud Drive now includes Apple iCloud Documents and Data.

Apple iCloud Documents and Data is Finally Part of iCloud Drive

iCloud Documents and Data is no longer available, according to the company’s support page:

iCloud Documents and Data, our legacy document syncing service, has been discontinued and replaced by iCloud Drive. If you used iCloud Documents and Data, your account has been migrated to iCloud Drive.

Apple had already announced that the service would be discontinued. iCloud Drive is now the default location for all of your documents and data. According to the company,

“iCloud Drive allows you to easily store, access, and share files with friends and family. Documents that you store in iCloud Drive stay up to date across all of your devices, and you can access them from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC.”

Next month, Apple will have its WWDC 2022 event. Apple introduced this new iCloud integration around a month ago. During the iOS 15 cycle, Apple also introduced a number of new features. As a result, we may anticipate more information at the future event.

Users, on the other side, demand a more generous free storage plan. Since its inception, the company has only provided 5GB of free cloud storage. Let’s see if the corporation will provide a better alternative at the forthcoming event.

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