What is iCloud? How do I access your iCloud account?

According to Wikipedia, iCloud is a cloud service developed by Apple Inc. On October 12, 2011, iCloud was released to enable users to store and sync data across multiple devices, including Apple Mail, Apple Calendar, Apple Photos, Apple Notes, contacts, settings, backups, and files, collaborate with other users, and track assets through Find My.

The iCloud is a platform where you can easily access all the functions and features of your iPhone. By using iCloud, you can find all your iPhone apps and documents, as well as find a lost iPhone and manage your app purchases subscription.

Process of logging into your iCloud account?

  • Open a Web browser. Search iCloud.com

  • Enter your Apple ID and then click on the arrow icon.

  • Once you have entered your password, click the arrow icon again. After that, you can see your iCloud account is signed.

  • Within 3 steps you can log in to your iCloud account and access email, calendars, and other features.

Set up iCloud on your iPhone: In Easy Steps!

If you want to log into iCloud on your iPhone, follow all the instructions given below!

  • Click on the sign-in to your iPhone option. And you can see your name and information there.

  • Enter your Apple ID in your iCloud account which is your Username

  • After that, you can see a text message like Signing in to iCloud. Wait for a few minutes while proceeding.

  • Enter your 4-digit iPhone passcode

  • Complete this. You can see your iCloud mail when you see your name in the settings option and click it.

  • You can now make any changes that are in the iCloud programs and check your storage usage on the next screen by clicking iCloud.

Click here for more information about creating an iCloud account. Also, if you have any questions, we're here to help.