Are you facing iCloud backup related issues on your iPhone or iPad? Did you get a notification saying that “iPhone Backup Failed” on the lock screen of your iPhone or iPad? These issues are really uncommon. However, the solution related to this type of error is quite easy to resolve.
The iCloud backup occurs when your iPhone or iPad is charging and connected to the WiFi. The user just has to turn on the auto-iCloud backup on his or her Apple device. However, iCloud backup may fail sometimes due to various known and unknown reasons.
Mostly this error occurs when the users run out of their iCloud storage. However, this error also occurs if you have a week internet connection or if there is a bug in the firmware of your Apple device. So, if you are facing this type of issue then you can follow this method to easily resolve the error.
How To Resolve iCloud Backup Failed issue
Here are all of the methods that you can follow to resolve this issue. You can follow these methods one by one to quickly resolve the iCloud Backup Failed error on your iPhone or iPad.
First of all, you have to check the storage of the iCloud ID that you are using. If you have less storage space than the iCloud backup file then this error will occur all of the time. To resolve this issue you have to clear the iCloud storage space or you can also purchase more storage space for your iCloud backup. Follow this method to check the storage space of your iCloud.
- Open the Settings application on your iPhone or iPad.
- Scroll down and look for “Apple ID”
- In this option, you will find “iCloud Storage”.
Now click on the option to find the remaining iCloud storage of your Apple ID.
A stable internet connection is very important to complete the Backup. If you are facing issues with your internet connection then that is the reason for the iCloud Backup Failed error. You can always convert to the Mobile Data Plan. However, the backup files are very large and will consume a lot of internet data.
That is why I recommend that you wait for the WiFi connection to get stable. Moreover, you can also use any of the speed test application on your device to check the WiFi connection speed and reliability.
If the upper solutions do not work for you then you can try updating your iPhone or iPad. There is a chance that there is a firmware related issue. Apple addresses all of the issues quickly and always releases the fix in a software update. If you are not running the latest iOS 14 or later then you should update your iPhone or iPad to resolve this error.
Here is how you can check for an update on your iPhone or iPad
- Open the “Settings” app on your iPhone.
- Scroll down and tap on “General”
- At the end of this page, you will find the option labeled as “Software Update”
- Here you can check for any latest updates.
- If the update is already available you can tap on the “Install Now” button to install the latest software update for your iPhone or iPad.
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