Many people want to back up their iPhone despite the presence of various types of protection for the device, including phone covers, glass, and precision engineering, but the reasons are varied to get a backup, including disasters that occur in the form of cracked screens, and lost devices Three-year-olds who think it's fun to sit on the latest phones often cause damage to the device.
When any of these issues occur, all data must be backed up, and the easiest way to go is with iCloud backup, which is not only easy to set up but makes setting up a new phone just as easy as your old phone is no longer available.
You can also backup to other services such as Google Drive, but this is not nearly as convenient if you are a consistent iPhone user to keep your privacy, you can backup your iPhone to a Mac or Windows computer and keep full control over your data backups, the site said.
Here's how to backup to iCloud or your laptop to your desktop.
Backup to iCloud
Press the "Settings" upper button and put the name "iCloud" and then back up on the iCloud, and if you turn off the "backup to run the iCloud", do run and if it has been run already and you're getting ready to scan your iPhone old, you may want to click "Back Up Now" just now.
If you're using Windows or a Mac with macOS 10.14 or earlier, use Finder on a Mac with macOS 10.15 Catalina or later, and if you're using Finder, open a Finder window ( either by clicking the Finder icon in the Dock or selecting " File "New Window" in Finder's top menu bar ) , and find your iPhone in the left-hand list under "Locations."