Apple iCloud users are reportedly facing issues while logging into their account. iCloud users are not able to login to their accounts on both Windows and Mac. The login page repeatedly asks users to re-enter their password and locks them out of their account.
Apple is reportedly working on new features for the iCloud Keychain password manager on iOS. The new features were discovered on an iOS 14 early build.
Similar to Google Drive on Android, Apple uses the iCloud platform to backup everything including photos, videos, app data, device settings, and more. The whole process is designed to help keep your data synchronized across Apple devices. However, since iCloud only offers 5GB of free space, most people are going to fill it up in no time. In this post, we will guide you through some of the effective ways to delete the iCloud storage.
If you forget your iCloud account’s password and want to recover it, please don’t raise repeated requests. According to Apple’s policy, it will cancel the iCloud account recovery process if it sees too many recovery requests from a user.
Apple has made it easier to access the iCloud.com website through mobile devices, especially the ones running Android or iOS operating systems. However, functionalities differ between various operating systems.
Apple’s chief privacy officer, Jane Horvath, revealed during the CES 2020 event that the Cupertino-based tech giant scans images backed up on iCloud from its devices such as the iPhone and the iPad to check for possible cases of child abuse.
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.