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Here’s the new panel for setting up our Apple ID and managing iCloud storage

Así puedes hacer una copia de seguridad en tu dispositivo iOS sin usar tanto espacio en iCloud

Finally the company of the apple launched iOS 10.3 officially and there are several changes that we received in our mobile device with this update. Among the most important we find a new look in the iCloud settings .

Here’s the new panel for setting up our Apple ID and managing iCloud storage
Here’s the new panel for setting up our Apple ID and managing iCloud storage

As we can see in the highlighted image of this post, now in the application ‘Settings’ we will see a new section called Apple ID with which you can configure all aspects related to iCloud, App Store sessions, passwords, payments, configure your account ‘Family’, among other details .

In addition, in the iCloud section we can see a new panel to manage the storage with a graph like the one we can see in the macOS preferences panel . The idea is that we can have more knowledge of the apps that are taking up most of the capacity of our mobile, thanks to the color codes that will indicate what type of data are taking up more or less space.

Recently we shared with you a little guide to learn how to create selective backups in your iCloud cloud. Since there were some changes with the arrival of iOS 10.3 , we updated the steps.

In order to prevent the app files from taking up all the space in our free profile, we will have to click on the iCloud storage graph, there we will be able to see the total storage and the one we have currently available . Underneath that space we’ll find the ‘Manage storage’ section and when we log in we’ll see the information of all the apps that are storing information in iCloud.

At that point you will have to select the device you want to manage , but remember that it can only be the one you are currently using. You can then disable the applications that you don’t want to use space in your cloud.

And that’s it! When you’ve completed this last step, you’ll have your iCloud account set up to use the space as you wish. Remember that when you deactivate the applications, only the information that was stored in the cloud will be deleted, but the apps will remain on your device.

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