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Top Limitations of iCloud Solution From Apple

Apple’s innovative flair has proved to be fruitful as far as its value customer base is concerned. The ability to store and access information wirelessly through iCloud solutions is being looked upon as the next big thing in the tech market. However, the clouds of uncertainty are circling around Apple’s iCloud platform. The analysts are unsure about the data security over the cloud. The ownership of data is also under scrutiny. The end users have more control on data on their local devices than on cloud for which they always need an active internet connection to access their documents, videos, photos and other data streams. However, not every customer might be connected to an active internet connection while they wish to access their iCloud data.

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Therefore, in case you are planning to use iCloud services you should not keep sensitive or frequently changing files on it. You’d be better off storing it locally if you are planning to travel with no or little internet access. At max you can store only 5 GB of data over the iCloud platform tagged against your ID. The end users who wish to gain from iCloud should ascertain the reliability of the service before using it on the go.

Another concerning aspect behind these solutions is accessibility speed. In order to drive iCloud as a successful offering the speed should be relatively fast or else customers will track back to local storage and would ideally want Apple to scale up the disk storage capacity in iPad or iPhone to levels of laptops too. iOS enabled devices generally store the password and other user credentials locally. However, the practice should be discontinued while leveraging from iCloud solution. Each time a user initiates connection to their custom cloud the Apple credentials should be prompted to the end users.

 

 

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