iDiskiDisk is a service offered by Apple, which is touted as a personal hard disk on the Internet. iDisk allows Mac users to store files on Apple's servers and access them online from any Internet-connected computer (Mac or Windows). A Mac account comes with 250 MB of combined iDisk and Mac Mail storage and 3 GB of data transfer per month. Mac Mail is available to users for a free 60 day trail, after which it is a paid subscription service.
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