The iPhone is the most popular camera in the world. That means that iPhone owners take pictures with their phone time and time again, saving these images to their devices or their iCloud storage to be accessed and shared later. Apple TV owners can share these same images on the big screen through a screensaver or slideshow using their iCloud account.
Creating an iCloud backup is usually an afterthought since most people have their iCloud backups set to automatic. So, unless something goes wrong, your iCloud backup remains a worry free zone. But when something does go wrong, like seeing the, “last backup could not be completed” error, it can seem like a really big deal. Back ups are only really relevant when they are needed, so not being able to complete a backup can be distressing. But luckily, the solutions are pretty simple ones.
Apple renames ‘Trash’ to ‘Rubbish’ for some countries in iOS 9, and ‘Rickrolls’ us on Apple Watch support page
After making iOS 9 available to the public on Wednesday, Apple has rolled out its new iCloud subscription plans with increased storage limits and revised pricing. Although its free tier hasn’t changed, all of the others have been altered in some way.
Apple introduced a method to recover deleted, lost, or removed Contacts, Calendars, Reminders and files from your iCloud account few days back. Whether you deleted a contact or reminder on accident or had a rogue application erase some of your iCloud data, you can now quickly recover those items without the need for a third-party application.