Introduction: iCloud is necessary when one wants to store information through cloud computing. One can backup data like pictures and videos, and contacts on their phone, to an iCloud device. One can also effortlessly download apps onto the iCloud and then download them on any iOS device. Steps for setting up iCloud on your devices? Before using iCloud, one needs to create an iCloud account. One can use their existing Apple ID if they already have one or set up a new iCloud account. Then they need to turn on the iCloud services they want to use in each iOS device and computer. If someone has already installed the iOS account on any of their devices, they have been asked if they wanted to turn on iCloud. To make sure the iCloud setup is done correctly or to add an iCloud account on another device, the following steps are to be meticulously observed. However, it must be kept in mind that the same iCloud information is used on each set-up device. \tGo to www. iCloud.com to get everything set up. \tAfter one sets up each device, iCloud begins to push the information to all connected devices. \tUsers can also sign in to iCloud.com and start using the iCloud web applications. To use iCloud web applications, they need to sign in to iCloud.com on a computer. \tTo prevent anyone from accessing the iCloud information at iCloud.com, such as someone’s email, while they are away from their computer, they can sign out of their account. Someone can also sign in to iCloud on more than one computer simultaneously. Signing out of iCloud on one computer would mean signing out of iCloud from all the computers. \tGo to iCloud.com and sign in using the Apple ID. \tFrom the iCloud web application, go ahead and click the iCloud and click sign out on the upper right corner. How to switch to a different iCloud application? After one signs in to iCloud.com, one can easily switch between the iCloud web applications. If one wants to turn off or change iCloud services, they can do so by changing the iCloud services they would like to turn on or off. They can also turn off iCloud entirely if one wants to stop using it on one or more iOS devices or computers. Now turning off specific services or iCloud may remove some information, for example, the email, photostream, or calendars, from the device. Still, it does not remove the data stored in iCloud. To see the information reappear, one needs to set up iCloud on the device again. If one wants to turn iCloud services on or off, one can do this. Depending on the device’s settings one wants to change, they can do one or more of the following: \tOn the iOS device’s home screen, go ahead and tap on settings and then tap on iCloud. This would allow the tap to turn on or off the iCloud services. \tIf someone operates on a MacBook, they need to choose the Apple menu. Then they need to go ahead and click on system preferences. Then they have to click on iCloud and go ahead and select or deselect the check box beside each service. \tIf someone is operating from a Windows computer, they need to go ahead and click on the start menu. Next, they need to click the control panel, network, and then the internet. Then they need to click on iCloud. Then they can go ahead and select or deselect the checkbox beside each service. If someone wants to turn off iCloud completely, they can do as mentioned. This would, however, depend on whether someone wants to turn off iCloud on some or all of their iOS devices. \tOn the iOS device’s home screen, tap Settings and then iCloud. \tAt the bottom of the screen, go ahead and tap delete account. It is, however, essential to keep in mind that if one deletes their iCloud account, iCloud will no longer back up the iOS data. One could still backup their device on iTunes. Open iTunes, choose iTunes, and then proceed with ‘help’. \tFor someone operating on the MacBook. They need to choose the Apple menu system preferences and click iCloud. Then all they need to do is sign out. \tThe same happens for someone operating from a windows computer. They need to choose the start menu, the control panel, the Network and Internet, and then iCloud. Then all they need to do is click on sign out. Conclusion: These are the essential procedures one can follow to set up iCloud on all of your iOS devices. Cloud computing is undoubtedly the future of storage, and Apple has contributed to amply advancing the technology. Further Reading \t How to Find your Lost iPhone — Even if it’s Off \t iOS 15 – What are the Essential Features of the Apple latest iPhone Update \t How to Set Up iCloud on All Your Apple Devices in A Few Easy Steps?