iCloud is a free service for storing all photos, videos, files and more that are installed on every Apple device. In the initial use, everyone will get 5 GB of free iCloud storage and can add it at any time.
1. iCloud Photo Library
This feature is used to store all photos and videos taken from iPhone, iPad, iPod and other devices so you have a copy of every photo and video available. You can access these photos and videos on the device to which you have linked your iCloud account.
2. iCloud Drive
iCloud Drive is a favorite feature because it can store all files. You can access it through Apple devices. How it works is not much different from Google Drive.
3. Find My iPhone
This feature is used to help find your device. If you lose your smartphone or forget where you last put it, you can use this emergency feature.
4. iCloud Backup
iCloud Backup is used when you want to replace a new iPhone device and want to move all the data that is on the old iPhone. You just need to log in to the same iCloud account.
To use iCloud, you must log in to an Apple device. If you already have an Apple ID, there is no need to create a new account for iCloud because the Apple ID can be your iCloud account .
Following are the steps to use iCloud:
- Connect iPhone with a stable network or Wi-Fi.
- Click Settings then iCloud. Enter your Apple ID and password.
- Activate the iCloud service by pressing the button until it turns green or turns ON on Photos, Documents & Data, Find My iPhone and others.
- You can get iCloud access.