Apple is adding a new feature that will allow you to share your Macs iCloud backup files with iOS devices.
The feature will launch in the next version of Mac OS X Mavericks, according to Apple.
The new feature allows you to send a backup file to an iOS device as an iCloud file and it will automatically download to the Mac.
This feature is only available to the latest version of OS X Yosemite.
Apple says the feature will not work on the Macbook Air or Macbook Pro.
Apple says this feature is not yet ready for widespread use.
To enable iCloud backup, click on the “Share” button in the Apple menu bar and select “Cloud.”
Once the iCloud backup is saved to iCloud, you’ll see a new option in the list of options that says “Create a backup on iCloud.”
You can also choose to send the backup file directly to your iOS device.
Once you have selected iCloud backup to your device, click “Next” to “Sync iCloud backup with iCloud on your device.”
You will then be asked to select your device and choose whether to “save the backup locally or on my computer.”
You can choose to save the backup on your computer, or on the device itself.
Once your device has been selected, you will be prompted to choose whether you want to save it on the computer or on your local computer.
The iCloud backup will be sent to your local Mac as a local file.
Once the backup is downloaded, it will sync to iCloud on the iOS device, which will automatically open a web browser window to open the backup in the cloud.
Apple does not have a way to share backups directly to Apple’s servers, so the feature is still limited to Macs.
Apple has not revealed how long iCloud backup can be kept on your machine.
We have asked Apple for comment, but have not yet received a response.