The iCloud basically serves as a system that backs up all of the user’s important information, files and other credentials. Recently, there was a steady flow of criticism over the company’s obvious flaw in their security system, with many acknowledging the China hacking incident in 2014 as a result of the said flaw. The Chinese government was considered as the alleged brains behind the hacking, but spokespersons denied the allegation, saying that even the Chinese government was a frequent target of hacking attacks.
This has strongly prompted the Apple Company to address the problem quickly and efficiently, alongside a pair of operating system hackers who work for the company to develop a facilitative and downloadable application that can assist users with certain dilemmas they encounter with their iCloud systems. The hackers operate under the names MerrukTechnolog and AquaXetine, who have created what seems to be the world’s first ever alternate iCloud system. So if you have ever dreaded having all your important files and pieces of information taken from you by way of losing your phone in the first place to various reasons, it looks like you won’t have to worry much more.