Increase or Upgrade iCloud Service on iPhone 6
Edited by Grimm, Alexander Avdeev
You're watching VisiHow! This is a tutorial on how to increase your 'iCloud' storage on the iPhone 6.
- 12The e-mail box is in the 'iCloud' itself, taking quite a bit of space. One of the downsides of 'iCloud' is that it uses all of our collected storage and applies it towards the actual space, rather than just the phone. In the example, there is the 'LAST BACKUP FAILED' message on top because 3.1GB of additional storage is required in order to back up the phone. This is owing to having quite a few videos, photos, and other things on that phone that generally should not be there.If we scroll down, we can see the 'Mail' icon.
- 21In this video, the reason for this is that the phone is a 128GB model, which is the largest iPhone that Apple makes in terms of storage space for the time of making of this video. 200GB of space are not needed as it will be a waste of $3.99 per month, for which other purchases can be made on the iPhone.In order to do that, we tap '20GB'.
- 33We tap on the 'Home' screen.Advertisement
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