iCloud – iTunes Backup For iPhone iPod and iPad

How to iCloud – iTunes Backup For iPhone iPod and iPad on iOS 4.x, iOS 5.x, iOS 6, iOS 6.1.1, iOS 6.1.2 – This post is a part of preparations for restoring iDevices, in order to keep date away from lose.

iCloud – iTunes Backup For iPhone iPod and iPad

iTunes have a default option that will automatically create a backup each time you connect your iPhone to your computer. If you want to manually create an
iPhone backup though, it’s easy follow the steps below.

How To backup Your iPhone, iPod and iPad  Using iTunes:

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to your computer using USB cable.

Step 2: Launch iTunes

iTunes Logo

Step 3: Select your iPhone from the left bar list and right Click on it and Select “Back Up”


Step 6: Now your device will start backing up you can take a cup of tea until the end of the back up.

This backup will let you able to restore without losing any data this tutorial is the same for Mac and Windows also this tutorial is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

Backup is the best way to keep your date away for losing, for that reason we have another instructions will help you to back up your date but with iCloud to be more certain about your content.

Note: you have to know also that this instructions also support your iPhone, iPod and iPad , and can’t be done without Wi-Fi source.

How to Backup your iPhone, iPod and iPad using iCloud :

Step 1: Connect your Device to a WiFi source to backup using iCloud go to Settings –> Wi-Fi –> Turn ON –> Choose your Wi-Fi source.

Step 3: After connecting your iPhone to your Wi-Fi source tap settings again then tap on “iCloud” and scroll to the bottom, then tap on “Storage & Backup”

iTunes backup

iCloud Backup

Step 4: Navigate down and tap on “Back Up Now”

iCloud - iTunes Backup For iPhone iPod and iPad

iOS will give you a progress bar to watch the percentage of progress Remember: your i-device is connect to a Wi-Fi source.


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