Apple World Today Video Tip: Recovering Deleted iCloud Drive Files

Apple World Today Video Tip: Recovering Deleted iCloud Drive Files

In today's Apple World Today Video Tip, we show you how you can recover deleted files from iCloud Drive, which is especially useful if you accidentally delete them from your Mac desktop or documents folder. This trick also works for files you may have inadvertently deleted from iCloud Drive on your iPhone or iPad.

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How to increase iCloud Drive storage on any Apple device

How to increase iCloud Drive storage on any Apple device

Apple’s iCloud Drive lets you securely access all of your documents from your Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and even a Windows PC. When you set up iCloud, you automatically get 5GB of storage. You can use that storage space for iCloud Backup, iCloud Drive, iCloud Photo Library, iCloud Mail (your @icloud.com email account), and the information from your apps that use iCloud.

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AWT News Update: June 6, 2017

AWT News Update: June 6, 2017

Today we're taking a bit of a breather after yesterday's marathon podcast and today's iOS 11 beta testing, with just a few stories to share with you.

  • Are you in love with GIF animated images? The iOS 11 Photos app now has native support for GIFs, storing them in a special "animated images" folder
  • Anyone with a 1TB iCloud storage plan got a nice upgrade to 2TB today for the same $9.99 monthly charge
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Elcomsoft: iPhone call logs are stored in iCloud for up to four months

Elcomsoft: iPhone call logs are stored in iCloud for up to four months

Apple has a hidden feature in iPhones in which call logs going back as far as four months are stored in near real-time in the iCloud, claims Elcomsoft, a Russian provider of iPhone hacking tools. Elcomsoft, claims the feature is automatic and there’s no way to turn it off bar shutting down iCloud Drive altogether, according to Forbes.

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Goodbye, Mac OS X; hello, macOS Sierra (with Siri and much more)

Goodbye, Mac OS X; hello, macOS Sierra (with Siri and much more)

As expected, Mac OS X has been renamed macOS and has added Siri support. At the Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, Apple previewed macOS Sierra, a major update to the desktop operating system. 

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