Apple device owners have substantial functionality, iCloud cloud storage. This service allows you to save photos, videos, files and documents without capturing the memory of our device, but in the “cloud”.
This feature is especially necessary if you want to restore a backup created with iCloud itself. If you do not know how to back up with iCloud, this is the right article for you. Here’s a little guide To Backup Your IOS Device Using Icloud.
How To Backup Your IOS Device Using Icloud
First of all, to back up with iCloud you will need an account associated with your Apple ID. The “cloud” offers 5 GB of free storage in the base plan, but with monthly subscription subscription you have the opportunity to increase the space. To back up your iPhone or iPad, go to the settings and select the username.
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Then click iCloud and scroll down until you reach iCloud Backup, select the option by moving the switch to ON. Finally, select the “Run Backup Now” option. Then you can use this backup to retrieve all your data if you change your iPhone or iPad.
Mac backup does not allow full backup but still stores application data, photos, videos, contacts, and more. Click the “system preferences” icon and then “iCloud”. Now you can choose which services to enable for iCloud storage and once selected, the backup will start automatically. By purchasing a new Mac at this point, you can retrieve all of the data you previously selected by simply linking the account you backed up with.