Apple is offering up to 50 gigabytes of storage for its software defined network (SDN) backup.
The service is available to Apple users who have upgraded to iOS 10.4.1 or later, iOS 10 or later and OS X Mavericks.
Users who have already updated their software will also get a 10 GB file limit.
For those who don’t have a SDN service, the backup will be performed automatically and you won’t have to touch the device.
Apple has also added a tool to the iOS 10 app that lets you backup your network to iCloud.
Users will also be able to download a copy of the backup onto their devices.
The tool is available for both Mac and PC.
If you’re a Mac user, you can simply download the file and save it to your computer.
If you’re on a PC, you’ll need to enable the Apple ID on your account.
If this is a new feature for you, we recommend you take a look at the iOS Backup tool in the App Store.
It will help you to backup your data across all of your devices.
It’s currently available in beta and we’ll keep you posted as we get more details.