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iCloud Drive

et’s get one thing clear right from the get-go: iCloud Drive is not designed primarily for backup. You can set your Desktop and Documents folders to sync to iCloud Drive, and these can then be synced to other Macs, but that’s not really a backup in the strict sense: You can’t use that data to restore an entire Mac, and

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