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What is iCloud?

iCloud brings all the apple devices-iPad, iPod, iPhone, iMac, laptop-together. It eases access to your data-pictures, videos, files, messages, mails, contacts, notes-across all the devices. iCloud comes with built-in 5GB storage for free. However, you can upgrade the storage anytime with different payment packages..

What is the use of iCloud?

The edits made on one device appear on all the synced devices, through iCloud. Further, you can also use the web versions of different apps like mails, photos, reminders, on iCloud.com. All you need to do is to sign in from any compatible web browser.

Basically iCloud was made for following reasons:

  • iCloud lets you share data among your Apple devices. Using iCloud and your Internet connection, Photos , Safari data , Calender ,passwords and other such type of data are automatically shared among all of your iOS devices, as well as in your computer. For example, if a photo is taken from your iPhone, that photo is automatically added to your Camera Roll on your iPad or other iphones and to iPhoto on your Mac.
  • It provides 5 gb of free online storage. You can buy more storage on monthly subscription.(It’s not that expensive).You can also save documents to iCloud. You can have them with your iOS device (including your iPhone) anywhere you can connect to the Internet. iCloud also can store your iPhone backup,whatsapp backup and other backups which let you restore your settings and data if you wiped your phone to factory settings.

How to login in iCloud?

You can use iCloud with the same Apple ID you use for App Store, Apple Music, Apple TV, and others. Just log in with your Apple ID and connect all your devices seamlessly..


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Sign in on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod:

  • Open the Settings app
  • Tap Sign in to your (iPhone/iPad/iPod)
  • Enter you Apple ID and password
  • Enter the six-digit verification code sent to your trusted device or phone number
  • Your sign in is completed!

Sign in on your Mac:

  • Choose Apple menu > System Preferences.
  • Click Sign In button
  • Enter you Apple ID and password
  • Enter the six digit verification code sent to your trusted devices or phone number, and you are good to go!

iCloud on your Browser

You can also log in iCloud through your browser. When you access iCloud through browser, you can get these features:

• Photos • iCloud Drive • Notes • Mails • Calendars • Contacts • Settings • Reminders • Pages, Numbers, Keynote • Find My iPhone • Find My Friend

iCloud works best on Safari for iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Mac. You can use the latest versions of Google chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Opera for Windows. Even if you don’t have iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, no worries! You can still use visit iCloud.com on a computer or tablet, and enjoy the features included in web-only access to iCloud.

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iCloud works best on Safari for iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Mac. You can use the latest versions of Google chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Opera for Windows. Even if you don’t have iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, no worries! You can still use visit iCloud.com on a computer or tablet, and enjoy the features included in web-only access to iCloud.

What do you get with iCloud?

iCloud Drive-Keep all your files, safe and secured: iCloud drive enables you to access all your files across all the devices. You can get your files from Files app in iOS and iPod, Finder on iMac, or iCloud.com.

iCloud drive enables you to access all your files across all the devices. You can get your files from Files app in iOS and iPod, Finder on iMac, or iCloud.com.

iCloud makes file sharing as easy as possible. Just send a private link to someone to have access to the files of your choice. Further, you can control if they can view, share, and edit any file.

iCloud Photos All your photos, always with you:

Keep all your memories (pictures/videos) with you through iCloud photos. You can search or share all the photos from any of your device.

Keeping the lighter version of your phone, iCloud uploads the original, full-resolution pictures automatically on the storage. Now take all the pictures you want without worrying about storage!

Share your albums with family and friend. Just chose the people who can see, comment, and save their own photos or videos.

Work with others, easy peasy!

  • You can work on presentations, documents, and spreadsheets with your peers.
  • With live update, all the collaborators can see the edits as they are made.
  • Work with others through Numbers, Pages, Keynote, and Notes.

Backup and Restore-All your essentials, safe and secured:

  • iCloud automatically backs up your iOS and iPadOS devices, when connected to power and Wi-fi.
  • It makes moving on to a new device easy by keeping all your settings, bookmarks, photos, apps intact. Just log in the iCloud account on the new device and you are good to go!

Find my iPhone:

It is a feature of ios in which you can locate your lost or stolen device. Once Find my iphone is turned on it gives owner different options.

  • You can locate your device
  • A notification msg will appear on the device
  • You can remotely erase your device if there’s no chance of getting your device back.
All you need to do is that go to iCloud.com, login to your icloud account and use Find My iPhone to track a lost device and Find My Friend to locate a lost friend or remotely erase it.

Access your messages across all your devices:

With iCloud, you can start a conversation on one device and finish it on another. It keeps you messages updated across all your devices.

iCloud store messages from iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac in iCloud, and makes them available for you anywhere, anytime!

iCloud Sign up:

To create an iCloud email account on your iPhone, iPod or iPad, follow these quick steps:

  • Open Settings
  • Tap on your name at the top
  • Tap on iCloud
  • Press 'Create' when the pop up appears
  • Set the iCloud email address you want
  • Tap on 'Next'
  • Make sure that it is all set to as you can't change it afterwards
  • Tap on 'Done'

To create an iCloud account on your Mac following are the few steps:

  • Choose the Apple menu in the top left corner
  • Click on System Preferences
  • If you're running macOS Catalina 10.15 or later, click Apple ID then iCloud
  • If you're running macOS 10.14 or earlier, you'll just need to click iCloud
  • Select the tick box for Mail
  • Choose your iCloud email address
  • Tap 'OK'
  • Click on 'Create' and it’s done.

iCloud Storage:

If you’re running out of storage or you just need to upgrade your storage or you want to check how much storage is left then you are few steps ahead. Follow the instructions given below.

  • From the Home screen, tap the Settings icon.
  • Tap iCloud.
  • Tap Storage & Backup.
  • Tap Manage Storage.
You’ll see the space used by your backups. You can delete backups for devices you no longer have if you want to save iCloud storage space.
  • Optional: You can also enable or disable iCloud backups of your iPhone’s data.