With iCloud, you can store the things that you love the most and keep them updated across devices signed in with your Apple ID. You get 5 GB of free iCloud storage, and can buy more or make space at any time.
See what you store in iCloud on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
- Tap Settings, then tap your name.
- Select iCloud.
- Tap Manage Storage.
If you see a category called Others in your iCloud storage, learn what that means.
If you see a category called Others in your iCloud storage
When you view your iCloud storage, you may see a category called Others. This is a grouping of categories because smaller screens can't always fit every category name. For example, Mail and Messages in iCloud may be combined into Others on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, but they'll still appear with their true category names on your Mac.*
Others can contain various categories — it depends on what you store in iCloud, and whether you're in a family that shares storage. Usually, your two largest storage categories have their true category names displayed on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, and the rest of your categories are grouped into Others.
* To check your iCloud storage on your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences. Click Apple ID, then click iCloud. If you're using macOS Mojave or earlier, choose Apple menu > System Preferences. Click iCloud, then click Manage. You can also view your iCloud storage on iCloud.com with the Apple ID used for iCloud. Tap Account Settings to view your iCloud storage, and hover your pointer over the coloured sections for details.