In November, 2014, Apple added the ability to upload photos directly to the iCloud website, which gave even more options for iCloud users to save their photos.
At some point over the last few days, Apple quietly removed the Photos app from the iCloud website. The app itself is still in the beta stages, but the exact reason why Apple removed the app is still unknown.
Elcomsoft has updated its Phone Breaker software that allows it to bypass iCloud accounts even with two-factor authentication enabled. The update for the app makes it compatible with iOS 8.1 and allows it to extract all your data stored in iCloud including your documents stored in iWork, your Whatsapp chat log, third party app data and more.
Lost or Forgotten Recovery Key for your Apple ID with two-step verification enabled? Don’t panic, here’s how to generate a new one
I had a panic attack when I read the ordeal Owen Williams of The Next Web had to go through because he lost (or thought he had lost) his recovery key.
In early November, it was revealed via the iCloud.com beta site that the Photos app therein was working on an uploading feature. Now, that feature is apparently live.