apple will remove all data from the services CloudKit July 7 14




apple will remove all data from the services CloudKit July 7 14


Yesterday Apple developers sent letters warning about deleting all user data from Cloudkit services , including iCloud Photo Library, Mail Drop and iCloud Drive. Removing happen after the release of a new beta version of iOS 8 Monday, July 7.

To avoid losing the photos, videos and documents stored in data services, you need to download a copy to your iPhone or iPad. Once the data is deleted, the media files are automatically uploaded to the iCloud Photo Library, but in their iCloud Drive will have to “fill” manually.

It should be noted that services CloudKit only available on devices with iOS 8 and is currently intended for use only by developers. So if you are an ordinary user and downloaded the files into the new “cloud”, do not be surprised why Apple did not inform you about their removal.

According to the developers, this removal procedure will occur with each new beta version of iOS 8. Course, after the official release of the final version for all users this will not happen.

Owners with iOS gadgets 7 and earlier deletion of data is not affected.

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