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Apple iCloud review

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iCloud is a cloud storage service mainly designed for Apple product users. You may be considering using it because you own an iPhone or iPad - but is it the best option for your files? Read our full review of Apple's cloud storage service to find out just how easy it is to use, whether its suite of features are impressive, how speedily it uploads and downloads files, and whether it looks after your data.

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We have tested 8 cloud storage tools and found that there are 0 Don't Buys and 3 Best Buys.
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  2. 71%
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  3. 88%
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