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How To Fix iPhone or iPad wont Backup to iCloud ?

by Neil Pattrick Website Designer and Promotor

How to fix the problem of iPhone or iPad won't backup to iCloud


iPhone is a proven sensational smartphone with a long list of great features. Apple products are something which have always amazed the people all over the world. iCloud is one of their very best services and is very helpful in maintaining the data in iPhone’s storage.

In iCloud, it is set as default to sync the iPhone’s data with iCloud. But there are some customers who have called iCloud Customer Service and placed complaints about the sync failure. They have stated that sometimes it doesn't sync the data automatically and when they try to sync the data manually on their own, it stops in between without success and shows up some random error message.

Have you ever wondered why iPhone won't backup to iCloud at times?

No internet/Wifi connection and less of iCloud storage space are the most common reasons behind this issue. Also, It would be next to impossible to backup data to iCloud, if  an iPhone could not match these following requirements.


  • iCloud backup should be turned on, (Settings > Apple ID > iCloud > iCloud Backup)

  • iPhone should be connected to a Wi-Fi network connection with stable internet accessibility.

  • iCloud storage should be enough in iPhone.

  • iPhone screen should be off.


Turn on the “iCloud Backup” to set your iCloud for automatic backup everyday.


  • Tap on Settings.

  • Tap on iPhone name.

  • Tap on iCloud.

  • Tap on iCloud Backup.

  • Toggle the switch button to green if it is off.


To resolve the problem of iPhone won’t backup to iCloud, you may follow the following steps. The four major elements of the operation are: WiFi, storage space, battery power and sleep mode.

Your iPhone or iPad should be connected to WiFi.


  • Go to settings in your iPhone.

  • Tap on “WiFi”.

  • From the list of the networks, tap on your WiFi network to connect with it.

  • Type in the password if it asks

  • Tap on the button “Join” (can be seen at the top right corner).

  • Check internet accessibility.

  Once your iPhone gets connected to a WiFi network.

  • Open “Settings”.

  • Tap on iPhone’s name.

  • Tap on iCloud.

  • Tap on iCloud Backup.

  • The switch just next to iCloud Backup should be turned on.

  • Tap on “Back Up Now”.

  1. Your iPhone or iPad should be connected to WiFi.

  • Open Settings.

  • Tap on iPhone’s name.

  • Tap on iCloud.

Here, you could see your iCloud storage status at the top of the menu, if you’re storage is full you can purchase more storage by tapping “Upgrade” or you can delete some of the data that is not required now.


Sign out of your iCloud account and sign in again after a couple of minutes.

Reset all the settings,

  • Open settings.

  • Tap on General.

  • Scroll down to the bottom of the menu.

  • Tap on Reset.

  • Tap on “Reset All Settings” and confirm about “you’d like to proceed”.


Once your iphone will turn on again, it will create a new backup again.


Make sure you have plugged in your iPhone to a power socket to keep the battery charged. Lock the screen of the iPhone so that it goes to sleep mode. Performing these operations will fix the problem and your data will be safe again in iCloud.



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About Neil Pattrick Freshman   Website Designer and Promotor

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Created on Feb 16th 2018 01:27. Viewed 742 times.

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