How to log in into iCloud?

iCloud

iCloud is Apple’s service which allows you to make backups on its drive and you can also restore your device or set up a new device from these back-ups whenever you want to.

Along with backups, another useful feature of iCloud is that it is also a sync service meaning that if you allow certain apps and data to be synced with iCloud then you will be able to access that data from your other Apple devices as long as you’re using the same iCloud account.

Logging in into iCloud is pretty easy but if you are having difficulties then you can read out the tutorial below on How to log in into iCloud.

How to log in into iCloud?

Log in while setting up a new device

Whenever you buy a new Apple device(iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac) then while setting it you will be asked to enter your Apple ID and password. Enter your Apple ID and password and you will be logged in into all of the Apple’s services including iCloud.

If you want to change your Apple ID e.g use a different account for iCloud then you can always go to your device’s Settings.

Log in on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

If your device is on iOS 10.3 or later then after you log in with your Apple ID, you will be logged in into iCloud,  iTunes & App Store, iMessage, FaceTime, and your other Apple services, all in one.

  1. Go to the Settings App.
  2. Tap Sign in to your [device].
  3. Enter your Apple ID and password.
  4. You will now be logged in into all of the Apple’s services including iCloud.

Log in on Mac

On Mac, unlike iOS devices, you have to sign in separately into each of the Apple’s service. To log in into iCloud;

  1. Go to System Preferences > iCloud.
  2. Enter your Apple ID and password.
  3. Click Sign In.
  4. You will be signed in into iCloud.

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