How to Log Into Icloud Storage From iPhone

With iCloud for Windows, you will have access to your photos, videos, mail and calendar data, files and important information on any Windows device and computer.

How to Log Into Icloud Storage From iPhone

Access the right data on any device

After downloading and setting up iCloud on a Windows computer, photos, videos, mail data, files and bookmarks will be available on all your devices. If you need help, check out out-of-the-box solutions to common problems or read more about iCloud for Windows.

One cozy home for all your photos

Using iCloud Photos, you can upload photos and videos from iCloud to a Windows computer or send files to iCloud from the Windows Images folder. And if you enable the Shared albums option, you can share your memories only with selected users.

  1. Open iCloud for Windows.
  2. Click the “Options” button next to “Photos.”
  3. Select iCloud Photos.
  4. Click Finish, and then click Apply.

You can organize and delete your photos and videos in the Photos app on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac, or through

Increase iCloud Storage

Right after registration, you automatically get 5 GB of storage in iCloud. Does the extended plan provide from 50 GB for 0.99 per month? allowing you to save more valuable data to you in iCloud: photos, videos, documents, programs, and much more. You can increase storage directly from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, Mac, or Windows computer.

To increase iCloud storage on a Windows computer, follow these steps:

  1. Open iCloud for Windows.
  2. Click Storage > View Account.
  3. Enter your Apple ID password.
  4. Click View Account and follow the instructions.

Make the most out of iCloud

Learn how to use iCloud for Windows to access files in iCloud Drive, use the Mail program in Outlook, and sync photos, calendars, and bookmarks between devices. If you run out of space in iCloud, you can use the tips for managing the data in it so that they are always up to date.

Want to access the latest iCloud features? See system requirements for iCloud. You can also find out about the security issues that are fixed by this update. If you are using a managed Apple ID account, iCloud for Windows is not supported.

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