How to turn off iCloud
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On an iPhone: Open the Settings app and tap [Your Name] at the top of the screen. Go to iCloud, then turn off the toggle for any apps you don't want to sync with iCloud.
How to disable sync on your iPhone?
Download and Keep Originals If you turn off iCloud on your iPhone only, all of the photos in your iPhone will remain. You can also access your photos on the connected devices or on iCloud. But, a newly taken image will no longer be saved on iCloud.
The company recommends that you go to Settings > iCloud, then tap to off iCloud features (see image at right). You want those green buttons to go gray to make sure they're off. But note that the photos setting is at the bottom and has a different button — turn that off too!
You can turn off iCloud Photos on a single device when you follow these steps:
On an iPhone:
Go to Settings, tap on your account name, then iCloud > Photos, and check that Optimise iPhone Storage is selected. If not, turn it on and the app will now only store a thumbnail image of the photo on your device, while keeping the original in the cloud.
Turn off iCloud Photo Library without deleting photos on your Mac
Enabling iCloud on iPhone & iPad Check the Settings App, under iCloud and make sure you are signed into your iCloud account. Make sure iCloud Drive is on, then tap on it, and if Chronicle is on the list of apps, make sure it is enabled.
Once you've turned everything on, uploading photos to iCloud is easy: If you are using Windows, open a File Explorer folder and click "iCloud Photos" in the pane on the left. Drag photos into the iCloud Photos folder. They'll be immediately uploaded to iCloud and copied to your other synced devices.
Not sure if iCloud Photos is enabled on your device? Then open Settings, tap your account name, then iCloud > Photos and see if the toggle is ON or OFF.
How to turn off iCloud Photo Library without deleting photos on your iPhone
You need to open Control Panel and double click on iCloud, select remove radio button on popup and click Next. Now select Uninstall anyway if you don't want to sign-out from iCloud.