How to Back Up iPhone 15 Using iCloud (Any iPhone)

Do you know how to back up your iPhone to iCloud in iOS 16 and down version? You may good familiar with iCloud backup, which means Apple gives 5 GB free of cost Online storage. You can take backup 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 that allows you to auto-back up daily over the air. And you don’t need a lighting cable or special connector. But back up your iPhone to iCloud, you must have enabled the iCloud backup toggle green on your Apple device (iPhone, iPad). Even if you’re unable to do that, then don’t worry. Here I’ll teach you a complete guide to back up iPhone with iCloud running on the newest iOS operating system.

Back-Up iPhone with iCloud – Quick Easy Method

Step 1. Launch the Settings App. Now tap on your profile [Apple ID] appears above Airplane Mode.

Launch the settings app tap on apple id profile name then select iCloud on iPhone

Step 2: Next, scroll down the Screen and tap on iCloud, then scroll the screen and tap on iCloud Back Up, then turn iCloud Back Up ON/Green.

Now ever you want to take back Up of your iOS device on iCloud, next tap on Back UP Now.

Turn on iCloud Backup and Backup Now on iPhone
Turn on iCloud Backup and Backup Now on iPhone

You’ll get the option Back UP Now on the bottom of the back-Up screen. It’s a button to start back up manually. So this is the end of the procedure of backing up the iPhone to iCloud.

To Manage Old and Delete Old Backup from iCloud on iPhone, Tap on Backup under the All Device Backups section, Manage Back Up, and Delete unwanted, as shown below.

Turn off or Disable iCloud Backup from iPhone
Turn off or Disable iCloud Backup from iPhone

Sometimes users face issues with iCloud back Up failed, even if they have enough space. To get rid of such problems. Please follow my get more workaround. Read MoreFix iCloud backup failed.

Now you’re eligible to save your data on iCloud Storage. You can store 5GB of data; after that, you’ll get the message, not enough Storage. You must upgrade your iCloud storage plan or delete unnecessary data from the backup.

Your stored iCloud data allows you convenient access anywhere on your Mac/PC. Albeit, there is a condition you require the same Apple ID to log in online (

Photos and videos consumed more space in iCloud than any other apps. So you should use alternative photo cloud storage for iPhone and iPad.

Backup iPhone to iCloud Errors & Solutions

  1. Fix iCloud Backup Stuck on Estimating Time Remaining
  2. Solved iCloud backup failed

In case of backup iPhone to iCloud not working with the latest iOS? Please write down a comment below.

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Karly Wood

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