WWDC has kicked off and Apple has already unveiled a new iteration of its cloud storage service, called iCloud Drive.
Unlike the standard iCloud, which only allowed you to backup and restore Apps, Data, and Media from your Apple Device, iCloud Drive lets you store all sorts of files onto the Cloud and organize them into folders, much like other cloud storage services, such as Dropbox.
iCloud Drive will be accessible via an iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, a Mac, and even Windows Computers.
It is refreshing to see Apple add more versatility to its cloud storage service in order to compete with other major services like Dropbox and Google Drive.
Stay tuned as we cover more on WWDC 2014.
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