iCloud is a cloud computing and storage service with push technologies support, created by Apple Inc.
It was first introduced on June 6,
At WWDC (Apple Worldwide Developers Conference) 2014, iCloud Drive, more traditional in its essence, was presented as one of the components of iCloud.
iCloud runs on Microsoft Azure servers and Amazon Web Services.
iCloud is a cloud storage app that can be accessed from a user device with an iOS operating system (from version 5.0), OS Ⅹ (from Lion version) or Windows (from Vista version) via the Internet using a universal ID of the Apple ID, which is available to every iTunes Store buyer. Each user is given free 5 gigabytes of disk space for storing e-mail, documents
The service also provides an ability to automatically synchronize with the iTunes player library, allowing you to save music, books
App Store and iBookstore allow you to download purchased programs and books to all user's devices, not limited to those from which purchases were made. Apple added the ability to view the history of purchases and download from there any programs or books on any user device running the Apple iOS operating system.
The iCloud service includes the following components:
To use iCloud technology,