All iCloud accounts get 5GB of online storage space for free, but if you plan to use either the file storage or backup features, that 5GB can vanish in an instant. To augment the free iCloud experience, Apple provides a number of different paid storage options for its users: If you're close to your storage limit or have already run out, here's what you need to know!
Just follow these steps: Tap on the Settings app. Select General. Select Storage & iCloud Usage. Under the Storage section, tap on Manage Storage — don't confuse this section with You'll see an overview of how much storage each app is taking up.
iCloud is built into every Apple device. That means all your stuff — photos, files, notes, and more — is safe, up to date, and available wherever you are. And it works automatically, so all you have to do is keep doing what you love. Everyone gets 5GB of free iCloud storage to start, and it's easy to add more at any time.
When you sign up for iCloud, you automatically get 5GB of free storage. If you need more space in iCloud, you can upgrade to a larger storage plan. You can upgrade your iCloud storage plan from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC. Choose from a total of 50GB, 200GB, or 2TB.
Learn the difference between your device and iCloud storage, ways to manage your space, and where to buy more if you run out. Device storage When you buy your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, it comes with a set storage capacity ranging from 16 to 512GB for iPhone , 16GB to 1TB for iPad , and 8 to 256GB for iPod touch .
On the last page, we learned all about iCloud Storage, iCloud Drive, iCloud Backup, iCloud Photo Library, and My Photo Stream. Right now, your iPhone won't back up because your iCloud Storage is full. On this page, we'll set up your iPhone so you never have to pay for iCloud Storage again.