iCloud Documents and Data, introduced in 2014, was a system that automatically synced data from various applications and made it accessible across a broad range of devices.
Apple has officially declared that this service has been terminated and has been included in iCloud Drive.
Our previous document syncing service, iCloud Documents, and Data has been phased out and replaced with iCloud Drive. Your account has been transferred to iCloud Drive if you used iCloud Documents and Data.
Apple has already said that it will end the service, and iCloud Drive is now the primary location for all of your papers and data.
“iCloud Drive enables you to quickly save, view, and share files with friends and family,” the business says. Documents stored in iCloud Drive are synced across all of your devices and may be accessed from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC.”
This shift comes barely a month before Apple’s WWDC 2022 takes up. While Apple released a few new capabilities during the iOS 15 cycle, the firm might be preparing even more iCloud announcements.
Users would like it if Apple announced a somewhat better free plan since the business now only provides 5GB of free cloud storage.
Furthermore, there is a significant difference between the 50GB, 200GB, and 1TB subscriptions. Whether Apple could reduce the price or provide additional alternatives in the middle.