Apple iCloud gives a real boost when they fall launches iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite.
Much better iCloud
The company has hung far behind the competition. The solution has been much more expensive and it was not nearly as easy to keep track of cloud their mandates with iCloud, which similar services from Microsoft and Dropbox.
But now Apple makes major changes: From offering 25 GB to $1 a month. (or perhaps before the launch of the new OS one?, We do not know yet) offer 200 GB to $4 a month.
Still, they provide only 5 GB free, but it is considerably cheaper to get much more space for about the same price.
How new iCloud
iCloud Drive is part of the new iCloud, and as we mentioned earlier in the article, now you can finally manage files manually in a way we know it from competitors’ solutions:
“With iCloud Drive allows you to safely store all your presentations, spreadsheets, PDFs, images, and any other documents in iCloud and reach them from your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac or PC”, said Apple, and mentions Windows 8 (7 not supported?)
“To upload files to your iCloud, just drag them into iCloud Drive on your Mac with OS X Yosemote, or your PC with Windows 8
Or you can open a new document by using an iCloud impetus app on your iOS device. Then you will be able to retrieve these documents from all your devices. ”
Changes made to documents stored on iCloud automatically reflected on all devices.