When improving your operating system and get iOS 5 on your iPod Touch, iPad or iPhone, you will be asked to configure the new cloud storage service iCloud that are provided free to all iOS 5 users. iCloud lets you automatically back backup of all files stored in your phone, making it easier to access them from any device associated with your Apple ID (Apple ID). This article will guide you through the process of setting up iCloud on iDevice (Apple device) you want.
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Method 1: If you have a new device which is installed iOS 7, 5 or 5
- Go to the home screen. Click the Setup button.
- Scroll down until you see “iCloud”. It will be immediately listed under “General”. Click it.
- Click on “Account”. Enter your information in the spaces provided. When finished, click “Done”.
- Select the application you want to be part of iCloud. For each application you want to serve on, you must change your position switch to “On”.
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Method 2: If your iPhone iPad isn’t working with iOS 5 or newer
- Improving the operating system on your iPad or iPhone installed iOS 5.
- When starting iOS 5, slide the slider that says “Slide to set up”.
- Enter your Apple ID when prompted. Note: If you do not have an Apple ID, click on the link and follow the onscreen instructions to create one.
- Click “Next” in the upper right corner.
- Switch to the iCloud settings screen and set iCloud to “On” and click “Next.” This will automatically configure and turn on iCloud services associated with the Apple ID you have entered.
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