You will probably want to backup your iPhone to iCloud being a reliable cloud storage solution by Apple. Now, that you have already backed up your iPhone to iCloud, you may want to restore it at some point.

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For instance, if you are moving on to a new iPhone or want to perform a reset only, then you can easily restore all of your data from iCloud.

Do note that you either need a new device or you need to reset (erase all content and settings) your iPhone, in order proceed to restore the recent iCloud backup. There may be multiple backups available, but you should always carefully select the last backup to restore from unless there is a problem.

Steps To Restore iPhone From iCloud

iOS 10 - Apps and data - restore iPhone from iCloud
  1. Navigate your way throught the settings to general and then scroll down to click on reset.
  2. After you are done resetting the device, you will observe a “Apps &Data” which asks you to restore your data either from iCloud, or restore using iTunes. It also asks you whether you want to set it up as a new device or move data from your previous Android device.
  3. Now, simply tap on “Restore from iCloud Backup”.
  4. You need to head on to find the list of backups available through iCloud. Finally, the select the one to get started with the restoring process. If you are asked for your credentials, you should proceed typing in.

You might want to check iCloud’s storage option to make sure whether the restore process is complete or not. The purchased content will be automatically downloaded after you choose to restore.

Here’s a video explaining how to restore your iPhone’s data using iCloud:

Wrapping Up

This is it! So, now you know how easy it is to restore your iPhone from iCloud.

Have any questions? Let us know in the comments section below.

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