Icloud Tips

How to back up to iCloud before updating to iOS 8

If you're planning on updating to iOS 8 on your iPhone or iPad, it's always a good idea to make sure you've backed up first. While it's not common for things to go wrong, software glitches can and do happen, so always protect your data first. Luckily, backing up to iCloud is easy enough and can give you the peace of mind in knowing that if something does go wrong, all your data is protected.

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How to restore from an iCloud backup on iPhone and iPad

If you're getting a new iPhone or iPad to replace an older one and you've been using iCloud in order to back up all your data, you can easily bring all your stuff down in just a few steps. Everything from messages, apps, and photos will be exactly as you left them.

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How to setup an iPhone or iPad as new

Once you've got a new iPhone or iPad, the first thing you're going to want to do is set it up. If you've never had an iPhone or iPad before, you'll want to set it up as new. This is also the process you'll want to use if you're clearing off an iPhone or iPad in order to sell it or hand it down to someone else, or if you just want a fresh start. So if you aren't sure where to begin, follow along and we'll walk you through step by step!

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How to keep all your private photos off iCloud

While what happened to Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and many other celebrities could arguably happen on any cloud storage service, many folks are pointing fingers at iCloud. While we don't believe iCloud is any less safe than any other backup service, we understand people wanting to take precautions. So if you'd prefer to not have any of your photos on iCloud, we can walk you through how to safeguard all your pics, nudies or not!

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Lost your iCloud recovery key? Here's how to generate a new one!

If you've [enabled two-step verification]( for your iCloud account, you already know that if you ever forget your password, you'll need your iCloud recovery key in order to reset it. If you've lost the printout containing your key, you should immediately generate a new one in case your key falls into the wrong hands. As long as you know your current password, you can replace your iCloud recovery key in just a few minutes.

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How to set up and use Documents in the Cloud

Note: As of iOS 8, Apple has replaced Documents in the Cloud with iCloud Drive. So if you've updated, you can check out our guide on how to set up and use iCloud Drive instead. If you're still using iOS 7 or below, continue on.

With iCloud you no longer have to fuss with traditional computer files and folders, or worry about forgetting where you put a document when you go back to look for it later. For apps that support Documents in the Cloud, all you have to remember is which app (or apps) opens the type of file you want to work on. From then on, iCloud manages everything, storing any changes you make back up to the cloud, and pushing down those updates to every device you have logged into your account. Create a Keynote presentation on your iPad at home, it's ready and waiting when on your Mac when you get to work.

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How to reset a forgotten iCloud, iTunes, or App Store password on iPhone or iPad

If you forgot the password to your iCloud or iTunes password, you can use your iPhone or iPad in order to reset it. However, the information you'll need to have in order to reset it may differ depending on whether or not you've enabled two-step verification. Regardless what method you've used, we can walk you through resetting the password to your iCloud, iTunes, and App Store accounts.

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How to free up iCloud storage by deleting app data you don't need

If you back up multiple devices to iCloud, or you just have a lot of photos and videos, you may run into issues creating backups when you start running out of space. How to free up more space is one of the most common questions I get asked by friends and family on a regular basis. Aside from clearing out old iMessages and dumping photos and videos to your computer, you can also delete data that apps store in iCloud via the Documents & Data section, especially for apps that you may not even use or have installed anymore.

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How to restore contacts from iCloud to your iPhone or iPad

If you use iCloud to back up your contacts, you can quickly bring them down to a new iPhone or iPad in a matter of seconds. There have also been reports of contacts mysteriously disappearing completely, which may require you to push them back down from iCloud again. Regardless of the situation, you can restore contacts from your latest iCloud backup in just a few taps.

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Contacts disappearing or not syncing with iCloud under iOS 7.1.2? Here's the fix!

Did you add a contact to your iPhone running iOS 7.1.2 only to find that it doesn't show up in your Contacts app? Or perhaps it isn't syncing to your other devices via iCloud like it's supposed to. I recently had a friend experience this issue and a few days later I did too. As it turns out, the problem isn't actually iCloud at all. Luckily, the fix is super simple!

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