Get an idea on how to enable iCloud backup on iPhone in iOS 11? You may good familiar about iCloud backup mean the Apple gives 5 GB free of cost storage for the iOS device. In them you can take back up data such as your iCloud account (Photos, Mail, Contact, Calendars, Reminders), docs, health app data, Homekit & settings when your iOS devices are turned on, locked and connected to Wi-Fi.
It’s a cute feature of iOS because of that allows you auto back up daily over the air. And you haven’t needed lighting cable or special connector. But to take up backup, you should have enabled iCloud back up on iPhone or iPad. Even you’re unknown to doing that then don’t worry. Here I’m giving you a way to turn on automatic iCloud backup iOS 11/ iOS 10 device on iPhone, iPad.
Follow steps to enable iCloud backup on iPhone & iPad: iOS 10/ iOS 11 or later
Step 1. Go to Settings App on your iPhone/iPad home screen
Alternatively, you can also reach iCloud Backup option: Just text Backup in settings search bar.
Step 2. Scroll down the Screen and tap on iCloud
Step 4. Now hit slider turn iCloud Backup On/Green.
Bottom side on back up screen you’ll be getting an option Back UP Now. It’s a button to start back up manually.
Now you’re eligible to save your data on the iCloud storage. You can store until 5GB data, after that you’ll get the message, not enough storage. At that time you need either upgrade iCloud storage plan or delete unnecessary data from backup. At all, your stored iCloud data you convenient access anywhere on Mac/PC. Albeit, there is a condition you required same Apple ID to log in online (icloud.com).
Photos and videos consumed much space in iCloud than any other apps. So you should use alternative photos cloud storage for iPhone and iPad.
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