Using iCloud Drive with Apple device deployments
Users can store their documents and images on iCloud Drive and access them from iPhone and iPad devices, Mac computers, or Windows computers that are set up with iCloud. Documents are kept up to date on all devices, so if a user changes a document on iPhone, for example, the changes are there when the document is opened on a Mac. Changes made to a file when the user is offline are automatically updated when the file is opened on a device that’s online.
On an iPhone or iPad with the Files app, compatible documents that are stored in iCloud Drive are available within each app. On a Mac, iCloud Drive appears as a folder in the Finder. iCloud Drive is also accessible on iCloud.com. Users can also configure their macOS Desktop and Documents folders to be stored in iCloud Drive automatically, allowing the contents to be available on all the user’s devices. Documents stored in iCloud Drive can also be shared with others, provided that they are created with Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and other apps that support CloudKit.