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Wish-list: Let me back up (and restore) my Apple TV

Most people aren’t going to have multiple Apple TVs. But backups are still important, and I want them for my set-top box.

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How to manage your iCloud storage on iPhone or iPad

If you're limited on iCloud storage space, you can manually decide what app data you want, and what you don't.

If you're on a free iCloud storage plan, you are probably already aware that you only get 5GB to store your information. That isn't a lot of space, especially if you own multiple iOS devices. One way you can free up some additional storage to use elsewhere is by manually choosing what app data gets stored, and what won't.

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How to use iCloud Drive on iPhone and iPad

iCloud Drive is Apple's solution to document and file management across iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices. If you have an iCloud account, you can use iCloud Drive.

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Apple reportedly planning massive expansion of its own cloud infrastructure

Apple is reportedly working to expand its own cloud infrastructure, which would reduce its reliance on third parties like Amazon and Microsoft.

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How to use iCloud Keychain on iPhone and iPad

iCloud Keychain is a great way to keep track of your passwords, credit cards, and login details, protecting them across devices through iCloud.

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How to back up your iPhone or iPad using iCloud

Protect your photos, messages, and other data on your iPhone and iPad by backing it up to iCloud!

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Google Cloud Platform to reportedly power portion of Apple's iCloud services

According to a new report, Apple and Google have struck a deal that will see Google Cloud Platform powering a portion of Apple's iCloud services.

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Apple reportedly looking to boost iCloud encryption without compromising convenience

Apple is reportedly investigating how it can best strengthen iCloud's encryption without compromising the customer experience.

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Hacker who leaked explicit celebrity photos from iCloud pleads guilty

Ryan Collins has pleaded guilty to unauthorized access to a computer in a trial where he has been charged with hacking more than 50 iCloud and 70 Gmail accounts. Collins admitted to gaining access between November 2012 and September 2014 to search through accounts for explicit material to leak online.

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Apple's CloudKit gets a server-to-server request API

Apple has added a new server-to-server request API to CloudKit, enabling developers to read and write to the CloudKit database directly from a server.

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