Apple today debuted a new beta version of the iCloud.com website with a new look. The new design primarily uses a black and white theme which is in stark contrast to the previous theme which used an array of colors.
Several Apple’s iCloud Services Affected Due to Major Google Cloud Service Outage [Update: Resolved]
If you’re facing issues with iMessage, iCloud Backup, Photos, etc. on your iPhone or iPad, then you’re not alone. Several of Apple’s iCloud services are currently facing issues due to a major outage with Google’s Cloud services.
It has not even been a week since the last time Apple had to update its official system status page to reflect an issue. But here we are again, with a few different iCloud services currently experiencing issues.
It has been several years since “Celebgate” was a thing. The massive data breach was major news for quite some time.
Apple introduced more detailed security features in iOS (and macOS) devices to try and deter device theft and illegitimate access to iCloud accounts.
Microsoft recently surpassed Apple as the most valuable company in the United States, but it hasn’t been all good news for the company this month.
If you are using a Windows machine, then you may have run into an issue updating to the desktop operating system’s latest version in more than one occasion.
It has been a bit of time since some kind of outage hit iCloud services, but here we are just before October wraps up and the company is seeing several yellow lights across its services page.
Apple is offering a free month of paid iCloud storage to customers who have nearly exhausted their free 5GB quota and are not subscribed to one of its paid storage plans. While the first month is free, after that, users will automatically be charged either $0.99 per month for 50GB of iCloud storage space or $2.99/month for 200GB of space depending on the storage tier they selected for the trial.
iCloud service launched in 2011 with iOS 5. Since then, the free iCloud tier has stayed at 5 GB. It’s been 7 years of not so substantial iCloud upgrades. While the iCloud sync is way more reliable, iCloud’s feature set has remained the same over all these years. If Apple is serious about Apple services, iCloud needs to be much better.