Apple iCloud Drive, Apple’s Version of Dropbox?
In Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2014 we saw the Apple OS X Yosemite. The 11th incarnation of Apple’s, or Mac’s if you might, newest and favourite operating system to date. The OS X Yosemite though revolves around one feature that we all know and love today; the cloud storage. Of course, cloud storage is the way to go. It does not consume any physical space, it is accessible anywhere with internet connection; which is virtually everywhere, it is inexpensive, it can offer you unlimited amount of space if you need it to, and it is so much more convenient that carrying an extra case of what seems to be your extra storage. So OS X focuses on using the full advantage of Apple’s offer in cloud storage solution; Apple iCloud Drive.
The Apple iCloud Drive is not yet available for download but the pricing are out. It comes free with 5GB, for an additional $1.00(RM3.20) per month you get 20GB and, if you need the space, a 200GB would set you back $4.00(RM12.80) per month.