Backup iPhone or iPad in iOS 13 / iPadOS Using iCloud [How to]
Today we will show you how to backup iPhone or iPad in iOS 13 / iPadOS using iCloud. You should have lots of cloud storage for this to work.
Use iCloud to Backup iPhone and iPad in iOS 13 / iPadOS to Keep Your Data Safe at All Times
Our smartphones and tablets have turned into a center point of all our digital lives. We take photos, record videos, use social media, do banking and whatnot using devices like the iPhone and iPad therefore it is important that you keep everything well backed up in case something goes wrong. So, if you are an iOS 13 or iPadOS user, we will show you how you can backup iPhone and iPad and keep everything nice and secure.
The iCloud backup saves and secures every single thing you have on your iPhone or iPad, including photos, videos, apps, your messaging threads, your email accounts and more.
Note: It is highly recommended that you purchase extra iCloud storage if you are going to frequently backup your data. 5GB is absolutely mediocre for backups and getting at least 50GB or more is the way to go.
Step 1. Launch the Settings app.
Step 2. Tap on your Apple ID name above the Airplane Mode toggle switch.
Step 3. Tap on iCloud.
Step 4. Scroll down and tap on iCloud Backup.
Step 5. Turn on the iCloud Backup switch.
Step 6. If you want to backup iPhone or iPad immediately then tap on Back Up Now.
iCloud will backup your iPhone or iPad whenever you are connected to a charger and a Wi-Fi network. But you can always take a backup of your device immediately using the Back Up Now option.
While this method is great, but it's at its level best if you have a very fast internet connection at home or office, coupled with ample amount of storage in iCloud. The 5GB of iCloud storage you get to backup iPhone or iPad is just not enough for pretty much anyone. If you love taking photos and shooting videos, then you are going to burn through your iCloud allowance so fast, that you'll be forced to take backups using Finder or iTunes. So, to keep things in the iCloud Backup portfolio, it's wise to invest in extra storage, starting with 50GB, which is the most popular options, according to Apple at least. You can bump that up to 2TB as your usage expands and you keep on adding more and more devices, such as iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch and even the Mac.
Remember, make a habit of backing up your data at all times. You never know when tragedy might strike and it's always neat to have something to revert to.
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