As we know, Apple also launched the iCloud for Windows application which is specifically for Windows users who also use Apple services, and even in the latest version of Microsoft Photos, iCloud is already integrated with the Microsoft application.
But apart from that, there is one problem that a few days ago was reported by a number of users through the Forum page Mac Rumorswhich apparently many iPhone users have complained of seeing photos and videos that don’t belong to them, is available in iCloud Library on Windows, and this issue reportedly only affects users with the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro.
“iCloud for Windows is corrupting videos recorded from an iPhone 14 pro max resulting in black videos with scan lines. On rare occasions, it is inserting stills into videos from unknown sources, possibly other’s iCloud accounts. I’ve been shown photos of other people’s families I’ve never seen in my life, soccer games, and other random photos. Obviously, this is extremely concerning and does not exactly make me feel safe using iCloud.”
Now the worry is that deleting the iCloud for Windows application doesn’t seem to help fix the problem, so this might be a problem on the server side, but unfortunately Apple has not acknowledged or even taken action on the problem that was reported since November 17, 2022 yesterday.
It’s quite unfortunate, especially if there is photo and video content belonging to other people that is personal suddenly appeared on other people’s devices without the knowledge of the owner.
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