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How to make iCloud behave like Dropbox
Authored by: dilvish1984 on Dec 10, '12 08:08:36AM

"It's all fun and games until somebody looses an eye..."

It's obviously fine to play around with this, but I would strongly suggest that nobody should count on this behavior remaining reliable. This re-purposing of functionality that Apple most certainly doesn't intend for this use means they won't feel any responsibility to support it in the future, so you really wouldn't want to keep your only copies of any important files there. Also, it's probably safe to assume that either the files placed there count against your iCloud quota, or if not, Apple will be sure to cut this functionality off quickly if too many people start abusing their largess.



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