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  2. How to Turn off iCloud on iPhone - Lifewire

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    Go to Settings > your name > Sign Out, then enter your Apple ID and tap Turn Off to turn off Find My iPhone. Then, choose which data you want to keep a copy of, then tap Sign Out twice. On older iPhones, go to Settings > iCloud > Sign Out > Delete from My iPhone, choose which data you want to keep, then tap Turn Off.

  3. Using Surface with iPhone, iCloud, and iTunes

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    If you need to edit Office documents on your iPhone, stay productive with Office apps. You'll be able to create, edit, and share documents directly from your iPhone and continue working on your Surface. Edit your Office documents on your iPhone and Surface. When you save your documents to OneDrive, you'll see them on both your Surface and iPhone.

  4. iCloud - Apple

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    iCloud is built into every Apple device. That means all your stuff — photos, files, notes, and more — is safe, up to date, and available wherever you are. Everyone gets 5GB of free iCloud storage to start. And you can upgrade to iCloud+ anytime for powerful new features and more storage. 1

  5. Effects and steps to sign out of Apple ID on iPhone, iPad, Mac

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    In other words, after you sign out of iCloud on the iPhone with which you have paired the Apple Watch, it’s automatically signed out from the watch too. On Mac. Here’s how to sign out of iCloud or Apple ID on your Mac: Click the Apple icon from the top left and choose System Preferences. If you are on macOS Mojave or later, click Apple ID ...

  6. 3 Ways to Clear iCloud Storage on iPhone - wikiHow

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    Tap iCloud. It’s at the top of the second section. A list of apps currently syncing to your iCloud account will appear with green switches. Apps that are not syncing have white switches. Synced data can take up a lot of space in your iCloud account.

  7. Used iPhone? Remove iCloud Activation Lock - AppleToolBox

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    Sign in to iCloud.com with their Apple ID Go to Find My iPhone Click All Devices at the top Select your iPhone to remove it from iCloud Click Erase and next Click Remove from Account. Once the person removes your iPhone from their Apple ID, turn off the phone, and then turn it back on to begin the iPhone setup process.

  8. How to Export iPhone Contacts to Excel with or without iCloud

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    1. On your iPhone, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud. 2. In the Apps Using iCloud section, turn on Contacts. 3. Click Merge. And now all your iPhone contacts are in iCloud. 4. Download and install ContactsMate. Free Download. 5. When you open the app for the first time, click OK to allow access. 6. Click Add Account. 7. On the right, click ...

  9. How to Restore Contacts from iCloud to my iPhone - Stellar

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    When iCloud asks to replace your iPhone contacts with iCloud contents, select Delete from My iPhone. Your contacts would appear on iPhone and iCloud. Method 5: Use Merge iCloud Contacts option. If you have synced iCloud contacts with your iOS devices, once try the merge option to restore missing contacts on iPhone.

  10. How to Use Google Photos Instead of iCloud on an iPhone - MUO

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    Move Photos From iCloud to Google Photos. Once you've set up Google Photos, you're likely going to want to migrate your photos over from iCloud. This will mean all of your photos are in the same place, and it will let you keep access to photos you've already backed up when you switch off iCloud Photos. There are a few ways to do this.

  11. Sign into my iCloud email - Apple Community

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    It sounds like you want to know how to access your iCloud email on your iOS device; is that right? If so, check out this resource for the steps you'll need: iCloud: Set up iCloud Mail on your devices