The loss of the iPhone is an extremely unpleasant event. Not only do you have to spend money to purchase a new device, there is also the risk of losing valuable data. Sometimes they can cost more than the latest iPhone. In this situation, arrogant users set up the smartphone again, remembering passwords and links, and experienced users restore the lost information using a previously created backup copy.
No one likes to lose data, but we must accept the fact that sometimes this happens. And the more often you create backup copies of valuable information, the less likely you are to lose it in case of an emergency. Apple offers to protect personal data, photo library, application data, and more with regularly created backups on the iPhone. In this article we will describe how you can set up backup to iCloud from your smartphone.
How to Manually Backup iPhone to iCloud
One of the easiest ways to backup data from iPhone is to use Apple’s own iCloud service.
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To create and use iCloud backups, you need an iCloud account; It is usually created when you first set up your iPhone.
- On your Apple device, open “Settings”;
- You will see your name and picture at the top;
- Tap it and select “iCloud”;
- On the next screen scroll down a long list of Applications using iCloud and select the last entry – “iCloud Backup”;
- Finally tap “Back Up Now”.
As you can see, even a child can restore an iPhone or iPad from a backup. It is very important that there is anything to restore. Do not neglect the backup, you never know what will happen with the device and its contents in the next second.