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Today in Apple history: iCloud takes our files and photos to the sky

[2018-10-12 12:00:35]

October 12, 2011: Apple launches iCloud, a service that lets users automatically and wirelessly store content and push it to their various devices. iCloud’s arrival marks the end of Apple’s “digital hub” strategy — and ushers in an age of inter-device communication and non-localized files. iCloud: The end of the digital hub Steve Jobs, who ...

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