iCloud backup storage is full? This is a common problem for iCloud users. As Apple only gives away 5GB of free space when you create an iCloud account, your iCloud backup storage can easily get full if you don't manage it well. If you have the problem that iCloud space is not enough, read this article and learn how to manage iCloud backup storage.
iCloud allow its users to back up the settings and data on their iOS device running iOS 5 or later. But not all of them take up your iCloud backup storage, such as apps, books, music, shows, or movies you've downloaded or purchased; iTunes Match songs, and Photo Stream are not counted for your storage.
Here is what takes up your iCloud backup storage space:
After getting known about what takes up your iCloud backup storage space, the next step is to clear up your iCloud Backup Space.
2. To delete a backup, tap on the backup file you want to delete.
3.To remove documents & data, you can operate as following:
Tap on any of the individual apps to see the details on backup entries and size for that app. And then Tap the Edit button at the top right of these individual app pages to delete any of the individual item backups or to Delete All.
Following these steps you can easily manage your iCloud backup storage space. And if you unfortunately deleted a backup file which you want to restore from, you can turn to iPhone Data Recovery to recover your lost iPhone data directly from your iPhone instead of using iCloud backup file.comments powered by Disqus