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How to deactivate Find My iPhone on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

How do you disable Find My Friends—and Activation Lock—on an iPhone or iPad? Here are the steps!

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How to manage your iCloud storage on iPhone or iPad

If you're limited on iCloud storage space, you can manually decide what app data you want, and what you don't.

If you're on a free iCloud storage plan, you are probably already aware that you only get 5GB to store your information. That isn't a lot of space, especially if you own multiple iOS devices. One way you can free up some additional storage to use elsewhere is by manually choosing what app data gets stored, and what won't.

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How to use iCloud Drive on iPhone and iPad

iCloud Drive is Apple's solution to document and file management across iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices. If you have an iCloud account, you can use iCloud Drive.

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How to use iCloud Keychain on iPhone and iPad

iCloud Keychain is a great way to keep track of your passwords, credit cards, and login details, protecting them across devices through iCloud.

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What iCloud storage plan should you get?

Which iCloud storage plan is right for your needs? Let's look at the options.

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How to back up your iPhone or iPad using iCloud

Protect your photos, messages, and other data on your iPhone and iPad by backing it up to iCloud!

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How to save email attachments in Mail for iPhone and iPad

Previously on iOS you could use "open in" to send an email attachment from Mail to any other app that you had installed and could handle the file. Now, with iOS 9 you can also save those files directly, either to iCloud Drive or Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, or any storage provider. Here's how!

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How to add email attachments to Mail for iPhone and iPad

You're writing an email and need to attach a file to it, perhaps an office or iWork document, or maybe a PDF or text file. Previously you would have need to go to an app, find the file, and send from there. No longer. With iOS 9, Apple has delivered. For security reasons, you still can't go wandering through the file system, but now you attach any file into any email from any storage provider app, including iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and more. Here's how!

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How to view iCloud Drive files on your iPhone and iPad

New with iOS 9 is the iCloud Drive app. Yes, all the finaly-s! It lets you see everything and anything stored in your iCloud Drive on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and even Mac. (It basically turns the DocumentPicker interface into its own app.) For some inexplicable reason, though, the iCloud Drive app starts off hidden by default. You're given a chance to show it when you first update, but if you miss it, you can still turn it back on at any time in Settings. And most people should!

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How to back up your iPhone or iPad before updating to iOS 9

Getting ready to update your iPhone to iOS 9? it's always a good idea to make sure you've backed up your iPhone and iPad first. Here's how.

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