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How to Sign in to iCloud

iCloud is convenient to meet users' needs. By using iCloud, we can backup media, playlist, photos and contacts etc. so that we can restore iPhone from iCloud if we lost some data like valuable pictures. We back them up to the iCloud, and once we need them, we just need to sign into our Apple ID and access iCloud photos to download them to our computer or iPhone.

Here I will you introduce you two ways abouot how to sign in to iCloud.

Part 1:

Sign in to iCloud on Computer


If you want to sign into iCloud on the computer, you can open your browser and tap in “www.icloud.com”, and you can see the interface below.
sign in to iCloud

Here you need to input your Apple ID and password. If you don’t have the Apple ID, you need to create one. After you sign into iCloud, you can see the main interface below. There are several files types on iCloud, including “Mail”, “Contacts”, “Calendar”, “Notes” and so on. And now you can choose to see the files or delete them.
icloud files

Part 2:

Sign into iCloud on iPhone


From your iPhone home screen, tap the “Setting” icon. And then tap “iCloud”, tap “Account”. After that, you should set an Apple ID and password.
Then set up your iCloud storage plan, it will automatically get 5GB of iCloud storage for free. That’s far more than most iPhone owners will need. If this storage can’t meet your need, you can upgrade it to 10GB, 20GB, or 50GB for an annual fee. Then, tap “Done” button. After that, it will return to iCloud settings, set your iCloud Mail account options. Your iCloud e-mail address appears at the bottom of the Account screen. Tap any switch to turn on or off iCloud synchronization for that information.
iphone icloud

In order to transfer iPhone contacts list between your iPhone, Mac, and iOS devices, tap the contacts switch to “On”. To turn off iCloud syncing for reminders, tap the Reminders to switch “Off”. Photo Stream and Documents and Data have separate screens with multiple options.




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