Purchasing an iPhone is like an investment. You want to make sure it is protected at all times and you are doing everything with it correctly. If you are wondering what sort of things you should not be doing with your iPhone, here is a breakdown:
1.) Avoiding Data Back-Ups
It can be an unfortunate situation if your phone gets lost or damaged and you lose your contacts, photos, notes, and other important content as a result. So you should keep your iPhone backed up at all times.
If you do not want to pay for an upgraded iCloud data tier, then I recommend that you back up your content through iTunes on your laptop. Personally, I use the 5GB of free iCloud data to back up my Contacts, Notes, Reminders, Wallet details, etc.
You can set up iCloud backups by going to the Settings app on your iPhone and tapping on the menu at the top where it says Apple ID, iCloud, iTunes & App Store > iCloud.
To back up your photos, you can use iCloud, Amazon Photos, Dropbox, Box, Facebook, or Google Photos. I like using Google Photos because high-quality backups are free and it has a solid mobile app and search system.
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