See what is taking space in iCloud iCloud storage lets you save all your photos, contacts, documents, text messages and much more sucurely and access them from any iOS device under the same Apple ID.
The photos and videos that you keep in iCloud Photos use your iCloud storage and your device storage. And as long as you have enough space in iCloud and on your device, you can store as many photos and videos as you like.
Delete messages and manage Mail You can free up iCloud space when you delete email messages from your iCloud email account. You can also move email messages from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your Mac or PC, where they no longer count against your iCloud storage.
Use the Cloud Moving files to the Cloud is an easy way to free up space locally on your iPhone. For those with large Camera Rolls, enabling Apple iCloud offers 5GB of space for free. Need more than 5GB?
Use Store in iCloud to free up space. Using Store in iCloud, you can choose to have your Mac keep your Documents and Desktop folders on your iCloud Drive. Then, when your Mac gets too full, it will delete the local copies. If you need that file in future, it will be downloaded on demand.
All the full-resolution images will be also stored on your computer. This gets your iCloud Drive taking up too much storage of the local drive on your Mac and PC. You can do something to save the space. iCloud Photo Library offers 2 options: Download Originals to this Mac and Optimize Mac Storage.
6. While Keychain is ostensibly free, the additional data stored on it can eat into the free 5GB of iCloud storage Apple provides.
With that in mind, you'd be surprised to learn that electronic books can take significant amount of storage space.
To find information about your iCloud backups, go to Settings> Apple ID> iCloud> Manage Storage> Backup. If your iCloud backups are starting to take too much space – simply extract the important data from them, delete the backups you no longer need and use an alternative backup solution!
Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Family Sharing. Click iCloud Storage. Click Share. Follow the onscreen instructions.
Open the Settings menu and tap on [Your Name] at the top of the screen. 2. Tap on “iCloud -> Manage Storage.” You will see a list of what is taking up storage. This will likely include photos, apps, documents, other, etc.
Using the menu bar at the top of the iTunes window, select Account > Sign In. Choose the Create New Apple ID option.Signing Up on the Web