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How to Backup iPhone With or Without iTunes in 3 Effective Ways

how to backup iphone

How to backup the iPhone? In the event that your original data is lost or destroyed, backup software produces one or more copies of it on your digital devices. Different backup systems safeguard various types of data and device combinations. What exactly is backup?

Some solutions back up simply your files and folders on PCs and Macs, while others back up everything by taking a photo of the entire hard disc, allowing you to return to bare metal and a completely bootable state. Other solutions back up only selected devices, such as your PC and Mac, but leave your mobile devices unprotected. Other backup systems are capable of safeguarding all of your devices.

How to backup iPhone

Everyone has issues with their digital gadgets, even cellphones. According to research by Blancco Technology Group on iPhone problems, 25% of iPhones failed between January and March of 2016. However, a research conducted the following quarter discovered the following: 

Three Options for iPhone Backup

There are a variety of backup solutions for your iPhone on the market. Apple provides two sorts of backup solutions: iTunes and iCloud. Other backup options are available from third-party companies.

Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office provides a comprehensive and simple solution for backing up your iPhone data, as well as backing up to the cloud and your computer, backing up multiple mobile devices, recovering accidentally deleted files, and much more.

We encourage using iCloud and iTunes backup because they have benefits. When backing up your iPhone, however, utilise Acronis Cyber Safeguard Home Office to protect and retrieve all of your data for complete peace of mind.

Backup to iCloud

With iCloud Backup, you can automatically back up your data to the cloud via a Wi-Fi connection, and back up:

  1. Purchase history for iTunes Store, App Store, and iBook Store purchases of music, movies, TV shows, apps, and books
  2. Photos and videos, settings, app data, home screen, iMessage, SMS Text, MMS messages, and ringtones are all things that can be found on your iPhone.
  3. When connected to iTunes, select the iCloud backup option from the settings for your iOS device, or from the iOS device itself. Backups can be done either automatically or manually. While it does not back up your purchased apps, music, movies, or books, when you restore from an iCloud Backup, it will download them from the App, iTunes, and iBook stores.
  4. Apple gives each Apple ID 5GB of free cloud storage. If you’re backing up your photographs and videos, 5GB free storage might rapidly disappear, but you can pay for additional iCloud storage.
  5. iCloud instantly syncs files. However, an automated sync is not a genuine backup. If you accidentally delete a photo from your iPhone, for example, an automated sync will erase it. You can restore the photo from the backup location using a genuine backup technique.

How to use iCloud to back up your data:

Back up your data automatically with iCloud Backup:

  1. In Settings > [your name] > iCloud > iCloud Backup, make sure iCloud Backup is turned on. Go to Settings > iCloud > Backup if you’re on iOS 10.2 or before.
  2. Connect your gadget to an electrical outlet.
  3. Join a Wi-Fi network with your device. Make sure the screen on your device is locked.
  4. Make sure you have enough storage in iCloud for the backup.
  5. Backup to iTunes

Many people are more familiar with iTunes because it is the platform via which they purchase Apple Store apps, music, and books. To back up your iPhone with iTunes, connect it to your PC or Mac, launch iTunes, and sync your files between your PC and iPhone.

Unlike iCloud, iTunes saves all of your photographs, images, non-iTunes media files, messages, call logs, app data, settings, memos, calendar, and bookmarks. iTunes does not allow you to copy files to the cloud.

Instructions for backing up with iTunes:

Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office backup instructions

  1. To install Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office, follow these steps.
  2. On your iPhone, go to the App Store.
  3. Select Search.
  4. In the search field, type Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office.
  5. To access the app page, select Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office from the search results.

Follow the installation instructions.

  1. To back up your mobile data to Acronis Cloud, follow these steps:
  2. Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office is now available. Select Backup.
  3. Access your Acronis account.
  4. Choose the data categories you want to save.
  5. Return to the previous screen now.
  6. Give Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office permission to view your personal information.
  7. Your data is uploaded to safe Acronis Cloud Storage after the backup is complete. If you want data changes (for example, new images) to be backed up automatically, ensure sure the continuous backup setting is turned on. If this option is disabled, new data is only backed up when you hit backup.

To back up your mobile device to a computer, follow these steps:

On your laptop:

Back up to the computer

To install Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office on your computer, tap I already have or follow the on-screen instructions.

  1. Scan QR code using your camera, point your camera at the QR code on the computer screen, and wait for the mobile device to connect to the computer.
  2. Choose the data categories you want to save. Start the backup.
  3. Give Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office permission to view your personal information.
  4. When the backup is finished, you may check the backup list or the Online Dashboard for details on this (and other) mobile device backups.
  5. Select Access and Restore from the mobile app menu to recover one or more items from the backup.

Without iCloud, Acronis makes mobile backup simple!

Back up to any location – cloud or local Your computer or Mac You may back up to Acronis Cloud Storage or your PC using Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office backup software.

You can back up your mobile devices whenever you have an internet connection if you use cloud backup with Acronis Cloud Storage. You can access your data via a basic online interface or a touch-enabled web portal from any device.

Do you have several mobile devices? 

 

The Best iPhone Backup Option

Your iPhone data is safe with Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office mobile device backup and can be restored in the event of damage or loss. While iCloud and iTunes sync and secure data, Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office protect user-generated data in a more efficient, comprehensive, convenient, and granular manner.

You may also recover all data or particular files without using cables from the cloud or your PC. You can always effortlessly and completely recover with Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office, whether you accidentally delete a file, lose your data or your iPhone, or if your iPhone fails.

How to use iCloud to back up your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch?

  1. If you back up your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you’ll have a copy of your data in case your device is lost, damaged, or replaced.
  2. Join a Wi-Fi network with your device.
  3. Tap iCloud under Settings > [your name].
  4. Then select iCloud Backup.
  5. Now press the Back Up button. During the process, stay connected to your Wi-Fi network. The date and time of your last backup are displayed under Back Up Now. If you receive a notice that you don’t have enough iCloud storage space to finish the backup, follow the onscreen instructions to purchase additional storage.
  6. iCloud Backup provides automatic backup.
  7. Set up iCloud Backup to back up your device every day by following these steps:
  8. In Settings > [your name] > iCloud > iCloud Backup, make sure iCloud Backup is turned on.
  9. Connect your gadget to an electrical outlet.
  10. Join a Wi-Fi network with your device.
  11. Make sure the screen on your device is locked.

 

If an alert appears stating that you don’t have enough iCloud storage space to complete the backup, follow the onscreen instructions to purchase additional storage.

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FAQS: 

Q1: Does backing up iPhone save photos?

An iTunes backup will save nearly everything on the iPhone including pictures on the camera roll, just as long as the photos were not downloaded from the computer but taken directly from the iPhone’s camera. For more info on backups, see About backups for iOS devices

 

Q2: What happens when an iPhone is backed up?

Your iCloud Backup includes information about the content you buy, but not the content itself. When you restore from an iCloud backup, your purchased content is automatically redownloaded from the iTunes Store, App Store, or Books Store. Some types of content aren’t downloaded automatically in all countries or regions.

 

Q3: Do you need iCloud storage?

I love Apple products, but there’s no other way to put this: In most cases, buying iCloud Storage is unnecessary and you should never pay for it. In 99% of cases, you don’t have to pay any extra money to fully back up your iPhone and iPad.

 

Q4: How can I erase photos from my iPhone?

Open Photos. From the Library tab, tap All Photos and select the photo or video you want to delete. Tap the Bin button, then tap Delete Photo

 

Q5:  Is 200 GB a lot of storage?

If you need a lot of cloud storage, 200GB should be more than enough for you and your family. The 2TB plan is overkill for most, but power users will find the extra storage handy. Now that you’ve made your choice, the next step is to actually upgrade your plan.

Jennie Marquez

Jennie is a Staff writer, contributor and has been writing about tech for over a decade. Jennie’s work at trendblog is to specialize in phones and tablets, but she also takes on other tech like electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness, mobile gaming and more. She is based in London, UK.
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