Click To Share With FriendsAll iCloud users get 5 GB of free storage space for Backups, Documents, and Mail.
In this post, we’re going to examine how much space you use in the iCloud, what you use it for, and if you have enough or need to buy more. On the page that opens you get a full breakdown of all space used by Backups, Documents and Data, and Mail. If you need to purchase more iCloud space, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the Change Storage Plan button. On the bottom of the iCloud preferences box a gauge shows how much space you have and how much space you’re using.


Clicking on any of these items will provide more detail or show tips on how to conserve storage space. If you backup devices to the iCloud: delete backups that are not current and delete backups from devices that you no longer own.
If you use Pages, Keynote or Numbers it worth looking at what documents you are storing in the iCloud. Keynote presentations, in particular, can take up a lot of room. As you get close to the 5 GB limit, you will get a warning message on your device or on your Mac.
Until you make space or buy more space, some iCloud services will temporarily be disrupted.


The biggest problem… iCloud email routing is suspended until the storage problem is resolved.
My advice is to take a look at your iCloud storage situation now and avoid these unnecessary headaches. On the right-hand side is a list of all Apps and Devices that are using space on the iCloud.



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