Apple notes in the release notes of the new version of iCloud for Windows that this update enhances the security of the application on Windows systems (more details about security updates in iCloud for Windows are available here). Further information on the content of this update is not known until today.
But even if you don’t know what’s new, all users of iCloud for Windows are advised to download and install the 7.11 update on their systems.
Upgrading to the new version of iCloud for Windows can be done through the Apple Software Update program and is free to everyone. To bypass the iCloud activation lock screen, click here. To upgrade, you must have Windows 7 or later, Outlook 2010 (or later – for email, contacts, and calendars) and Internet Explorer 10 (or later), Firefox 30 (or later), or Chrome 28 (or later). later) for favorites.
iCloud for Windows is the application offered by Apple to iPhone, iPad and even Mac users who use (and) the Windows operating system. This brings all your photos, videos, emails, calendars, favorites from Safari and other items on iOS and macOS devices that are synced with iCloud to your PC. iCloud for Windows can be downloaded for free from here.
Along with iCloud for Windows 7.11, Apple also released iOS 12.2, tvOS 12.2, macOS Mojave 10.14.4, update 12.2 for HomePod and a firmware update for AirPods 1.