How to optimize iCloud storage for iPhone/iPad2016-12-20 07:34:04
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Your iCloud storage is usually informing you about the limited storage. This is probably because a lot of apps are using iCloud for syncing data and documents; as a result, if we don’t cleanup those files frequently, it will soon occupy a large amount of iCloud memory, which leads to the problem of lack of storage even though you deleted the app on your phone.
This post will help you out of your problem by simply making a few adjustments on your iPhone or iPad.
Step by step tutorial:
Many apps automatically back up to iCloud after you install them. So, you can control and decide which ones contain important information that require backups so that you can remove existing backups from redundant apps.
Step 1: Go to Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage.
Step 2: Under iCloud, tap Manage Storage.
· Documents & Data: store information like cache and cookies etc. So, you can delete it to free up your storage
Repeat this step with other apps to maximize your device memory
Step 3: If you don’t want to delete your files, you can choose to buy more storage
Settings >> iCloud >> Storage >> Buy More Storage
If you don’t have plan to store any information and also don’t want any apps to do it, you can simply choose to turn off completely the backups feature
Step 4: Tap the name of your device.
Step 5: Tap Delete Backup > Turn Off & Delete.
Done and done. GOOD LUCK!
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