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How to Fix iCloud Storage Full Issue

What should you do when you receive an login to iCloud message? Tidy up your iCloud space? Delete some idle files and documents? Well, I am going to present some solutions to this storage full issue. Maybe you can select one of them to manage your iCloud space after reading. Now let's start to see those solutions.





1. Purchase more iCloud storage

Apple gives you 5GB of free iCloud storage and you could always just increase the amount of storage space you have by purchasing more from Apple.

Step 1. Go to Settings > iCloud > Storage.

Step 2. Tap "Buy More Storage"

Step 3. Select the plan that is right for you (50GB for $0.99/month, 200GB for $2.99/month, 1TB for $9.99/month, or 2TB for $19.99/month).

Note: Your iTunes account will be charged immediately and will renew automatically until you change or cancel your plan. You can see that this storage will be shared among all your devices if you login to iCloud on those device.

2. Check your other iOS devices

If you share multiple devices under the same iCloud account, you will need to manage storage from those devices as well. When you receive the iCloud storage full message, you may need to manage the storage of other devices on your account. Check your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch to see where the excess storage usage is happening.


3. Delete Documents and Files on iCloud

You can follow Apple's prompt and manage your storage in Settings by deleting some of the Documents or data that you might not need.

Step 1. Go to Settings > iCloud > Storage > Manage Storage
Step 2. Select an app under Documents & Data
Step 3. Tap the Edit tab in the upper right corner
Step 4. Select the specific document to remove, or tap the Delete All tab.

Note: You can repeat as necessary until you are taking up less than 5GB of storage. If you choose this way to fix iCloud storage full issue, you had better back up your iCloud data to computer in advance.

4. Specify Backup Data

You can decide which data don't need to be backed up every time. And then set up your backup feature as below.

Step 1. Go to Settings > iCloud > Storage > Manage Storage
Step 2. Select the device you want to manage the backup for
Step 3. Toggle off apps that you do not want to sync to iCloud

Note: the fourth solution will help you to avoid iCloud storage full problem. If you do this one on your iPhone, you will reduce the chance to get "the last backup could not be completed" error when you sync data.

publié le mardi 14 novembre à 09:48

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