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Rich Trouton on iCloud Desktop and Documents in MacOS Sierra

Great piece by Rich Trouton exploring the details of how iCloud Desktop and Document syncing works. He makes a good point here: Currently, Apple provides 5 GB of storage space for free for iCloud users. That 5 GB of storage includes storage for your iCloud email, your iCloud backups for your iOS device(s), your iCloud Photo library and iCloud Drive. If you need more than 5GBs of storage space, you have to pay for it.
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