We know how painful it is to start over when you lose a phone, which is why we've found some of the best resources for backup.
Learning to Back Up Your iPhone on your computer is easier than you might think, because there are some great Apple tools that are perfect for getting the job done.
It's been a long time since iTunes was just a way to save and play your music. Today, it can serve as an excellent backup program for the most important memories of your iPhone. Here's how to secure your iPhone on your computer.
Step 2: Select the desired device in iTunes. If iTunes does not seem to recognize your device, follow Apple's Help steps
Step 3: Select Summary from the Settings menu on the left, if not already marked , Under the heading select Backups This Computer from the Backup Options. If you want the backup to be encrypted, tick the appropriate box. If you do this, make sure you remember the password you chose or save it in a password manager.
Step 4: When you're ready, click on the blue Back up button on the right
Step 5: When the backup process is complete, under the heading Latest Backups verify that the backup was successful.
Apple's iCloud is a service that can handle backups manually or automatically, and move your files far away to a server. This means that not only are you protected from the death of your device, but also, if your entire home has been devastated and all your electronic devices fail, photos and everything you consider important remains safe.
Note that this is free The version is currently limited to only 5 GB of data. This means that you probably can not back up all your photos and videos. However, you can always choose one of the three premium storage options for up to 2TB of storage.
Step 1: Tap Settings and select your name
Step 2: Tap iCloud . If you have not used it before, you may want to choose which applications or files your iCloud backup should focus on.
Step 3: Select Backup from the list of options
Step 4: If you want iCloud to automatically back up your iPhone regularly, enable the Option iCloud Backup under Backup . If you prefer to make a backup manually or simply trigger another backup copy, tap Back up .
Step 5: Upon completion, confirm that the backup completed properly View the Last Backup
Learn more about using iCloud on your iOS device and other operating systems and platforms can be found in the detailed description of the use of iCloud  Safe and secure
Boom! Now your iPhone data is safe from unpredictable chaos and destruction. We can not say the same for the phone's hardware, which is always prone to slippery fingers, but if you've found a bulletproof case, feel free to throw your iPhone around with ruthless dedication. After all, your data is secure and securely stored.