So here's a layperson's guide to switching off iCloud, so your naked photos don't stay stuck in cyberspace where hackers can guess your password. If you've used Dropbox or Google Drive, you probably don't have any difficulty figuring out "where" your stuff is online. You delete apps from your iPhone but when you go to iTunes on your laptop, there they all are, undeleted. Nonetheless, you probably want to check that iCloud isn't hanging on to stuff you thought you deleted, and you want to make sure that iCloud isn't backing up your photos the next time you start drunk-texting your booty call. You may have noticed that when you take a photo on your iPhone, it saves a copy of the photo in your camera album and also a copy of the photo appears in your "Photo Stream." The photo stream is gathering your photos and preparing to send them to iCloud. But the problem with mass upload backups is that users aren't as diligent about going through them all and deleting the ones they don't want stored forever.

You can delete your photos from your iPhone, but they stay inside iCloud, clogging up space. As an iPhone user you probably think that the reason your Android friends don't get your texts is because their phones are cheap rubbish. And Apple also says it has fixed the password security flaw in Find My iPhone that can give hackers access to your iCloud photos. The company recommends that you go to Settings > iCloud, then tap to off iCloud features (see image at right). It's no good just deleting the naked selfie from your camera album a€” you have to delete it from Photo Stream too. Now go through all these buttons and menus, and turn off anything you don't want living in the cloud.

When you're in the consumer electronics market, those two conditions lead to the same result. Do the same thing a€” turn "off" any type of media that you don't want living in the cloud.
It's because iMessage is flawed a€” it's trying to find your friends in iCloud first before giving up and then a€” maybe a€” sending the text on to your friend's phone number.
But note that the photos setting is at the bottom and has a different button a€” turn that off too!

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