Apple’s cloud platform serves and secures all Apple devices. You can save all your photos, contacts, files, notes, reminders, and you can also use it to backup your devices. The web, iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Windows let you access iCloud data. Find out how.
Your content is stored securely and your apps are always up to date in iCloud. You can access all your data from anywhere there’s an active internet connection.
Your backups are also protected by iCloud. A iCloud Backup can be restored on a new device, or used to erase or restore a device if you need to.
Your 5GB of free iCloud storage can be expanded at any time. Among the 50GB and 200GB plans, 50GB costs $0.99, 200GB costs $2.99 and 2TB costs $9.99.
How to access iCloud on iPad and iPhone.
- Open the Settings app on your device.
- Click the name banner.
- Click iCloud.
- Toggle apps and data in iCloud to sync or unsynchronize from iCloud.
- You can automatically backup your iOS device to the cloud by tapping iCloud Backup.
- To manage apps that sync with iCloud, scroll down.
Mac iCloud Access
- On your screen, click on the Apple * symbol.
- Go to System Preferences…
- Find iCloud.
- Check or uncheck the checkboxes next to the apps and data to sync or unsynchronized.
Backing up your entire Mac to iCloud is not possible, but you can use Time Machine or an external drive to do so.
How to Access iCloud on Windows
The photos, documents, and bookmarks on your PC are automatically updated on your Apple devices with iCloud for Windows.
- Install it.
- Then restart.
- Launch iCloud for Windows. You can open it by going to Start, choosing Apps or Programs, and clicking iCloud for Windows.
- Sign in with your Apple ID.
- The checkboxes let you choose which features and data you want to be updated across your devices.
- Then click Apply.
Using a Web Browser, you can access iCloud services, however
- you will need to open the iCloud.com website using the web browser that you prefer.
- If the two-factor authentication feature has been enabled, enter your Apple ID and password, as well as your two-factor authentication code.
- You can access your data, documents, and photos from the iCloud web apps once you are logged in. You can also recover files from Settings -> Advanced and contact, calendar, and reminder data that has been lost.
If you suspect someone has gained access to your account, you can log out of all browsers that are signed into iCloud and manage apps that let people search you by your Apple ID. Besides displaying all of your signed-in devices, it also shows storage space and your members of Family Sharing groups