08 June 2021
Apple has updated the iCloud for Windows application to version 13. The update comes loaded with a bunch of nifty features that should help those who have an iOS device but not a MacBook or Mac desktop. The main highlight of the changelog is that iCloud for Windows now supports both ProRes and ProRAW formats.
It means if you are someone who loves to click photos in ProRAW and shoot videos in ProRes but also uses a Windows machine, you will now be able to access those files natively via iCloud. This should make the whole process of editing and managing those files a lot more convenient and faster.
The next important change is that all members of an iCloud Drive shared file or folder will now be able to add or remove people. Apple has further added support for generating strong passwords using the iCloud Passwords app. This is an added and much-appreciated functionality for Windows users who were not able to do so earlier.
The newest iCloud for Windows version is available as a free download. It can be grabbed via visiting the Microsoft Store available across Windows 10 and Windows 11 machines. It can also be accessed via the Apple Support website.