How to set up iCloud on your iPhone or iPad
iCloud Drive is Apple’s solution to document and file management across iOS and Mac. If you have an iCloud account, you can use iCloud Drive.
When you upgrade your iOS operating system or start using an iPhone for the first time
You will be asked whether you want to use iCloud Drive to store your data. If you tap “Yes,” you’re all set.
If you tapped “No” during setup but have since decided you want to use iCloud Drive, you can still enable it manually.
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How to Set Up iCloud on the iPhone or iPad
1. Upgrade your apple iphone or iPad to iOS 5.
2. Move the “Slide to set up” slider when iOS 5 initial begins.
3. Get into your Apple ID when it’s prompted. Be aware: If you not offer an Apple ID you can click the web link and go through on-screen guidelines to create a new one.
4. Click on “Next” within the top right corner.
5. Ensure that the toggle is set to “ON” around the iCloud set up display screen and touch “Next”.
This tends to instantly set up and turn on iCloud services connected using the Apple ID you’ve joined.
How to set up iCloud on iPhone and iPad
1. Launch the Settings app from your Home screen.
3. Tap iCloud.
4. Toggle the iCloud Drive switch on.
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1. You are able to Update to iOS 5 without having a developer account by looking with the iOS 5 ISPW file, installing it, and right after the How to Upgrade to iOS 5 guidelines.
2. You are able to create customized actions internally the Access area of the Settings app.
3. iOS 5 offers a brand new message app known as iMessage which allows you to gain access to text messaging solutions
at the same time free messaging through WiFi as well as 3G to any iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch operating iOS 5.
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iOS 5 is just works with iPad 2, iPad , iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and iPod touch 3rd and 4th generation.