Apple could face a class action lawsuit over iCloud's 5GB free plan and limitations on what third-party alternatives can back up

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And who precisely is proposing this class action ?
I seem to hear the scaly claws of big business scratching for advantage.
 

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*Cough*Lawyers *cough*

They should have learned what happened with epic and Tim Sweeney….they have to pay apples legal bill.
 
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Apparently they are claiming that iCloud gives Apple a monopoly on storage.

They forget to mention you can also back up to a Mac or pc and free iCloud backups to transfer to a new device.

“Now when you buy a new device you can use iCloud Backup to move your data to your new device, even if you're low on storage," Apple said. "iCloud will grant you as much storage as you need to complete a temporary backup, free of charge, for up to three weeks. This allows you to get all your apps, data, and settings onto your device automatically."

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