Apple has always been very keen about the security and has given special importance to the security of the customers. As of June 2017, Apple has made it must to use app-specific passwords to access your iCloud account through any third-party apps.
Do you have an @icloud.com email address that you use with your iCloud account? Although the email address may be unique but whilst using this email, there comes some consequences, the most critical being that if your iCloud account’s storage is full then you will no longer receive emails at your @icloud.com email address.
Last year, Apple suddenly disabled the iCloud Activation Lock Status tool. This tool allowed the users to the check that the device they are buying from someone has Find My iPhone feature enabled or not.
Finding anything interesting on the web tempts us to add it to the reading list to read it later when where offline. Apple’s stock browser, Safari makes it easier to add articles to reading lists so, you can read it later.
Siri, the virtual assistant offered by Apple learns through trial and experience method. It leans how you use it on your device and then offers you suggestions accordingly.
If you have allowed Siri access to iCloud then you will get the same experience across all of your synced devices. Let’s say that you are using the same iCloud account on an iOS and macOS device. Siri will use learning on both of the devices to provide the same personalized suggestions on both the devices. Continue reading “How to disable and delete Siri’s data in iCloud?”