Apple's new iCloud service will allow users to sync content, including documents, photos and music, across multiple devices. Here's everything you need to know about what iCloud will and won't do, and how it could help change the landscape of cloud computing.
During WWDC, Apple announced iCloud Drive, which converts iCloud into a file storing system in the cloud. Announced as part of OS X Yosemite, it allows you to store documents, as well as any file you have, in the cloud.
Reports have Apple preparing photo and video sharing for its iCloud users, but critics already complain Apple can't compete with social media like Facebook and Instagram. But is Apple even trying to compete?
Amazon, Google, and Apple are all getting into cloud storage and streaming for music, but which service will beat out the competition? We pit Apple iCloud vs. Google Music vs. Amazon Cloud to find out.