How to use iCloud – Complete Beginner’s Guide

What is iCloud? iCloud is cloud storage for Apple devices such as iPhone or iPad or Mac computers. Instead of taking up space in your iPhone, you can simply use iCloud.

It will also back up and store your information securely across all devices. It’s been around since 2011. Everyone gets 5GB of free iCloud storage to get started and it’s easy to upgrade at any time.

To use iCloud, go to Use your Apple ID to sign in to iCloud. Once you sign in, you’ll see a number of apps and services you can use right on the website. You can access mail, contacts, calendar, photos, iCloud Drive, notes, reminders, pages, numbers, keynote, find friends and find iPhone.

You also have a settings option that shows you the storage, how the storage is being used, and all your devices. One of the most underutilized features of iCloud is iCloud Drive where you can save any document.

This will also show on your Mac’s Finder window for easy file storage. This is similar to Dropbox or Google Drive.


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