As data keeps on getting stored on your iCloud, there are chances that a whole lot of storage space in your iCloud will be taken which in its own have some disadvantages. Do not forget that lack of space in your device can cause it to become sluggish and reduce the performance, hence, it is always important to manage iCloud storage space effectively. Let us look at how to delete data from iCloud.
1 Delete Old iCloud Backups
There are a lot of backups stored in iCloud that may not be needed. In fact sometimes there are even duplicate backups since iCloud uses device ID to store backup. In this case, it is important to delete these data from iCloud.
To do this, go to Settings > iCloud > Storage > tap on the old iCloud backup > tap delete.
2 Prune Your iCloud Mail
Let’s not forget that all iCloud accounts get iCloud mails configured to your iOS. However, it is important to note that whatever mails you receive get stored and accumulates over time and this go a long way in eating up valuable space against your iCloud storage quota. The truth is that it is important to clean your iCloud mail periodically at least to create space.
To delete mail data from iCloud, go to Setting > Manage storage > Scroll down to the Documents and data > Check the mails > Delete the mails.
3 Permanently Delete All Kinds of iCloud Data from iPhone
In order to save space, you can also choose to permanently delete iCloud data from your iPhone. There are many ways you can use to delete these data but the best way to permanently delete them is by using the awesome iMyFone Umate Pro or iMyFone Umate Pro for Mac.
This software is an All-in-One solution that offers incredible space saving solutions and privacy protections to your iPhone. It can clean all your iOS files that eat up your iPhone space and also erase previously deleted data on your device so that they are permanently deleted, can’t be recovered by recovery tool and won’t go to wrong hands. Besides, it can preview and selectively erase private files by choosing the precise files to delete forever. The most important is that these erased data are 100% unrecoverable making it the ideal solution when protecting your private information is a priority.
The following are the steps required to permanently delete iCloud data from iPhone:
Step 1: Connect your iPhone.
Step 2: Choose the erase mode that solves the problem.
Step 3: Click on “Clean” or “Erase Now” to erase iCloud data permanently and free up space on your device.
iMyFone Umate has four modes that can safely delete iCloud data from your iPhone and the sweetest thing is that you can choose any of them according to your needs. They modes include:
1-Click Cleanup: Do not forget that there is a high chance of your device becoming sluggish when there is a lack of space on it. iMyFone Umate Pro offers you an effective 1-click clean up solution to help you remove temporary/junk files, remove large files/photos/apps in just all but a simple one click. With this mode, you can free up your device and ensure it runs at optimal speed.
Erase All Data: A mode that can erase your iCloud data on your iPhone easily. It can erase all contents on your iPhone. Apart from erasing your iCloud data, it ensures that all erased data is 100% unrecoverable making the best choice when data security is a top priority.
Erase Private Data: Your private files like your iCloud mails have the potentials of taking too much of your storage space. However, iMyFone Umate Pro can delete these data completely and render them unrecoverable. This means that all your deleted iCloud mails and data cannot be recovered by even the top recovery tools in the market. With the Umate Pro, your privacy is guaranteed.
Erase Deleted Files: It is important to note that simply deleted files can be recovered but this mode can view previously deleted files and delete them permanently ensuring that your previously deleted iCloud data is deleted permanently.