Category: File Sharing

How to Use iCloud Drive File Sharing in macOS

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Mac users can use iCloud Drive file sharing to easily share files and folders from iCloud Drive with other people. This cloud sharing capability also exists on iPhone and iPad, and it works similar to how Dropbox and Google Drive function, allowing for easy collaboration and sharing of files and documents easily.


The ability to use iCloud Drive file sharing in macOS requires a modern version of system software, specifically anything beyond MacOS Catalina 10.15.4 or later including Big Sur, as earlier versions do not support the feature.

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How to Use iCloud File Sharing on iPhone & iPad

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Ever wanted to share a file from iCloud from your iPhone or iPad? Maybe you want to collaborate with other people on your iCloud files, folders, and other documents? With iCloud Drive, it’s fairly simple to share files and to invite others to view or edit your files right on your iPhone or iPad.

With iCloud file sharing, you’re not sending the file itself, but rather sending them a link to access the file. This allows users to make any changes to the file or folder, as long as they have the permissions. The ability to share files using iCloud for…

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How to Use AirDrop on iPhone & iPad

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Do you want to quickly share photos, videos and other files from your iPhone to another iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad? Thanks to AirDrop, file sharing between nearby Apple devices is not only seamless, but it’s also a simple and fast process.


AirDrop is a handy feature that has been around for years now. It makes use of Bluetooth to establish a connection between two iOS devices and then utilizes peer-to-peer Wi-Fi network for transferring the data. As a result, file transfer via AirDrop is a lot faster and power-efficient than a conventional Bluetooth…

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