If you have an iCloud account, you are allocated 5GB of iCloud storage for free, as part of your iCloud account.
The problem is, with the increasing need for iCloud storage, 5GB is not enough for most people.
Up until now, the only option was for each individual to pay for additional iCloud storage each month.
However, with the introduction of iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra, it’s now possible for families using iCloud Family Sharing to have a single paid tier of iCloud storage and use it as a shared pool of storage.
In this weekly tip, I demonstrate how to set up iCloud Storage Family Sharing, and how each family member can access it, on both macOS and iOS.
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