Generally, many people are not aware of the importance of backing up their iPhone/iPad until it is too late. Your iPhone or iPad probably contains some important and confidential data that you may lose in many situations, such as accidentally deleting the data, your iPhone is stolen/lost or even when the iPhone fails to upgrade then perhaps you may lose your valuable data.
Your iPhone or iPad stores all your valuable photos, messages, health data, documents, settings, and much more. However, if you are afraid of losing your data, the best way to secure it, is to take a backup. A backup contains your device settings, app organization, app data, messages, ringtones, health data, and HomeKit configurations.
The easiest way to backup the data is to use the iCloud service, which gives you 5 GB of free storage space. However, if you run out of this space you will be required to pay for the additional space.
To Backup iPhone/iPad data on iCloud follow the steps below:
Data in our mobile devices are tremendously important in the present age, as we might carry around sensitive financial documents or it could be a memorable photo of our parents, which we are always afraid to lose, therefore it is never too late to back up such precious data.