Protecting your data is critical, whether it's images, papers, video files, or private information.
Any amount of data loss might compromise your identity, obliterate your family history, and even put your firm out of business.
Knowing how to backup an iPhone to iCloud protects both work and personal data. You can always recover your data in the event of a user error, corrupt files, or a physical calamity that renders important data unavailable.
You can either manually backup your data or let your iPhone do it for you; all you need is an Apple ID, WiFi connection, and a power source. Restoring your data is also simple; you have to sign in to iCloud, choose the most relevant backup, then restore.