Mac. To access iCloud Drive from a Mac, click on the Finder icon in your Mac dock, then click on iCloud Drive in the Favourites sidebar, and click on iCloud Drive. You can also find iCloud Drive from the Go menu of any Finder window.
To access iCloud Drive in the Terminal on your Mac, you need to use the “cd” command and then select the iCloud documents path's directory. Then, press the Return key to access the iCloud Drive folder. That's it! Now, you will have access to the iCloud Drive folder.
You can also access iCloud Drive right on your Mac without having to use a browser in a Finder window.
Use the Files app to store files and folders in iCloud Drive. You can access them from all your devices where you're signed in with the same Apple ID.
If you're looking for a way to manage your iCloud account on your Apple Watch, you're out of luck. As much independence as the Apple Watch had gained in the last couple of years, particularly with the cellular version, it's still a satellite device to the iPhone.
How to Access iCloud Drive on an iPhone or iPad
On iOS, you can find your folders and documents in the Files app in iOS 11 or the iCloud Drive app in iOS 10 and older. On the Mac, you can access iCloud Drive on the web or via a Finder window.
iCloud Drive is similar to cloud services like Dropbox, allowing users to store any type of file and access it on any compatible device. On the Mac, there's an iCloud Drive folder, and on iOS devices and Windows PCs, there's an iCloud Drive app.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Apple ID , select iCloud in the sidebar, then click Options next to iCloud Drive. If you don't see Options next to iCloud Drive, make sure iCloud Drive is turned on. Select Desktop & Documents Folders. Click Done.
Use another computer's optical drive On the Mac that doesn't have an optical drive, click the Finder icon in the Dock to open a Finder window. Select Remote DiscRemote DiscAnswer: A: That is an option to use a different computer to read CDs or DVDs. If your computer doesn't have a DVD drive, you can put the DVD in the drive of a computer you're linked to and read it from there, remotely. Hence, 'remote disc'. under Locations in the sidebar, then double-click the computer that is sharing the optical drive you want to access. Click Connect.
If you are not connected to the Internet, you can access any file. When you edit a file, delete one, or create a new one, that change is then synced to iCloud Drive and seen on other devices when you are next connected to the Internet.
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