If you have an iPhone, iPad or iMac, setting up iCloud is the easiest way to backup your device automatically over and every user gets a 5GB of storage with each account.

According to our research over 70% of iPhone/iPad users have NEVER or RARELY backup their data or even know how to do so.

If you need more than 5GB of data, you can purchase more from , See this link to determine prices per country

  1. Make sure you have the latest OS version and that there are no pending updates.

How to Check iPhone or iPad for iOS updates

2. Now Sign into iCloud

Creating an iCloud account or recovering a lost iCloud Password

Ensure that “iCloud Backup” is switched “On



Hit the “Backup Now” button to start the process.

Now, whenever you are connected to WI-FI and you have the charger lead in, an automatic iCloud backup will commence.

If you do not have WIFI, you will have to choose the other option Backing up iPhone or iPad using iTunes on a Mac or a PC

Backing up iPhone or iPad using iTunes on a Mac or a PC

If you need assistance in checking the above and performing the updates, give us a call on 08 6365 5603 and make an appointment to come and see us.

Need more help?

Covid-19 Update: Business as usual for workshop repairs, remote support and onsite support.

If you live in Western Australia, and you need any kind of computer help, please bring your computer to us at 315 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, Western Australia or call us out. You can email us at helpdesk@itguyswa.com.au or call:

08 6118 2601 

Microsoft Silver Cloud Partner

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