Apple has quietly pushed back the date of iCloud Drive Folder Sharing feature in macOS Catalina to spring 2020. The feature was initially expected to launch “later this fall.”
iOS 11 finally adds a file management app to iOS. After 10 years of iOS, the new Files app brings user exposed file system to the iPhone and iPad. And of course, in true Apple sense, this is done in a totally private manner. No system files are accessible by the user.
iOS 11 switches out the old iCloud Drive app for a brand new Files app. Files app brings native file management system for files on your device and the one’s stores in cloud storage services like iCloud Drive, Dropbox and more. Files app is way better than iCloud Drive app from iOS 10. One of the new features in the app is the ability to share and collaborate on files stored in iCloud Drive.
Apple recently updated its official System Status page, which reflects known issues to all of its iCloud and online services.
macOS Sierra wants you to forget about syncing files between your multiple Macs and iOS devices. It wants you to take every file you save on the Desktop and Documents folder and put it in the cloud. Specifically, iCloud Drive.
After making iOS 9 available to the public on Wednesday, Apple has rolled out its new iCloud subscription plans with increased storage limits and revised pricing. Although its free tier hasn’t changed, all of the others have been altered in some way.
iCloud Drive lets you store documents in the virtual cloud, so that you can access all those files on multiple Apple devices. Before iOS 9, we could only access iCloud files through specific apps that supported iCloud Drive. Now, we can access those same files through a dedicated iCloud Drive app and I’m going to show you exactly how that’s done.
When Apple unveiled iCloud Drive, a far-reaching cloud-focused file manager that includes documents and other items from other third-party apps as well, it was missing an app in iOS to properly manage those files outside of specific apps.