Microsoft’s OneDrive iOS version recently ushered in the 13.46.2 update, and the update log shows that Microsoft is about to drop support for the OneDrive app on iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. Users are asked to ensure they are using a newer iOS / iPadOS version (15 or 16) to ensure they can still access OneDrive.
Also, to help camera backups perform better, Microsoft has added a reminder not to force-quit the app (swipe up in the app menu). This will enable the app to run in the background and allow OneDrive to continue backing up your local photos.
Microsoft OneDrive can back up, protect, synchronize and access users’ photos and files on all devices. With the OneDrive app, users can view and share OneDrive files, documents, photos, and videos with friends and family. Users can use the app to automatically back up their phone’s photos and videos, start using 5GB of free cloud storage or upgrade to a Microsoft 365 subscription for 1TB of storage.