Intro to iCloud and Apple ID settings
Learn about settings related to iCloud and Apple ID and how to make changes to them.
The information you store in iCloud is connected to your Apple ID.
Change Apple ID settings: Go to the Apple ID account website to change any settings related to your Apple ID. For detailed instructions, see any of the following Apple Support articles:
Apple ID and families: Each member of your family should have their own Apple ID. If you set up Family Sharing, you can share iCloud storage, keep your family connected using iCloud features, create accounts for children, and more. See Use Family Sharing with iCloud.
iCloud and your devices
When you store information in iCloud, it’s available on your Apple devices that have iCloud turned on. You can also access some information on iCloud.com and on a Windows PC using the iCloud for Windows app.
Set up iCloud: To set up iCloud on an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV, or Windows computer, sign in with your Apple ID. Make sure you sign in with the same Apple ID on each device.
View devices that have iCloud turned on: You can see all the devices you’re signed in to with the same Apple ID in one place. See information about devices signed in with your Apple ID.
Change iCloud features: If you’ve already set up iCloud on a device, you can change which iCloud features are available on the device at any time. See Turn iCloud features on or off.
When you sign up for iCloud, you automatically get 5 GB of free storage. You can change your storage settings at any time.
Manage your storage: You can upgrade or downgrade your storage, learn how much storage you have available, see which apps are using the most iCloud storage, and more. See What is iCloud storage?
Change your billing information: If you’ve upgraded your iCloud storage, you can change the billing information for your account. See the Apple Support article Change, add, or remove Apple ID payment methods.