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  2. Download your email from AOL Mail with IMAP

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    Make sure your app is set to download the full contents of your email for offline use. • Limitations for large folders - Folders containing upwards of 1 million or more emails will have issues...

  3. iCloud - Wikipedia

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    iCloud is a cloud storage and cloud computing service from Apple Inc. launched on October 12, 2011. As of 2018, the service had an estimated 850 million users, up from 782 million users in 2016. iCloud enables users to store data such as documents, photos, and music on remote servers for download to iOS, macOS or Windows devices, to share and ...

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  5. AOL Desktop Gold

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    If you’re an AOL Advantage Plan member, you can download AOL Desktop Gold at no additional cost. AOL System Requirements Windows 7, 8 or 10, 266 MHz or faster computer processor; 1024 x 768 or...

  6. Hacking Apple: Two-Factor Authentication May Not Be ... - AOL

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    It does nothing to protect other important information, like photos and other files stored on its iCloud service. A hacker who manages to figure out a user's Apple ID and password could log into...

  7. Pre-installed iOS apps - Wikipedia

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    Pre-installed iOS apps, referred to in the App Store as ' Built-In Apps', are a suite of mobile applications developed by Apple Inc. which are bundled with iOS and installed by default or through a system update. Many of the default apps found on iOS have counterparts on Apple's other operating systems macOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS, which ...

  8. iDisk - Wikipedia

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    iDisk is a file hosting service offered by Apple to all Mac OS 9.X users, and later on MobileMe members that enabled them to store their digital photos, films and personal files on-line so they could be accessed remotely. All Mac OS 9.X users received a 50MB iDisk. With a standard MobileMe subscription, users received a 20 GB iDisk.