When I Delete iCloud Backup

How to Delete an iCloud Backup

There are 3 ways to delete an iCloud backup. Please check the detailed steps below.

Delete iCloud Backup using iOS Device:

  • Open ‘Settings’ and tap on your name or Apple ID.
  • Now, hit on ‘iCloud’ and head to ‘Manage Storage’.
  • Tap ‘Backup’ followed by the device’s name you no longer need backup of.
  • Finally, hit on ‘Delete Backup’ and you’re done.

Delete iCloud Backup via Mac:

  • Open your Mac and select Apple menu.
  • Pick out ‘System Preferences’ from the menu and hit on ‘iCloud’.
  • Go to ‘Manage’ now and click ‘Backups’ from left.
  • Pick out the iOS device from right and click on the one you don’t need backup of. At last, hit on ‘Delete’.

Delete iCloud Backup via Windows PC:

  • Start with opening iCloud for Windows. Now click on ‘Storage’.
  • Look for ‘Backups’ on the left side and choose one iOS device from the right side.
  • Finally, hit on ‘Delete’ and your iCloud backup will be deleted.

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Vodafone Recharge for Prepaid Superplans

If you are a subscriber to the Vodafone India’s cellular network you are part of India’s largest mobile telecommunications network after its merger with Idea Cellular India. On its own Vodafone India had about 212.5 million subscribers till December 2017. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Vodafone Group PLC from UK and has been in operations on the Indian soil since 1994.

For all the prepaid mobile users registered on Vodafone India’s network, the company has taken advantage of the internet rage and has opened its doors for Vodafone recharge or e-recharge as it is called that can be carried out from

  • Vodafone India website,
  • Vodafone App that can be downloaded onto the smart phone handset,
  • As well as from the ecommerce portal of leading third party recharge resellers like Paytm, MobiKwik and others.
  • And third party reseller App that are downloadable on the personal mobile

Towards the end of 2015, Vodafone started out its 4G LTE coverage in Indian on 1.8 and 2.1Giga Hertz bands from Kochi or Cochin in Kerala. By 2017, it has covered almost the entire country with the 4G LTE coverage.  It also started work on being available at the 2.5Giga Hertz bandwidth last year thereby providing greater data speeds to its customers.

Vodafone’s VoLTE (Voice over long-term evolution) service that provides superior quality voice calls as the voice service is communicated through data flows is now available in the following circles in India:

  • Gujarat
  • Delhi And NCR
  • Haryana
  • Karnataka
  • Maharashtra and Goa
  • Mumbai
  • Rajasthan
  • UP west
  • UP east
  • Punjab
  • Kerala
  • Kolkata
  • Chennai

Gujarat was the first to receive the Vodafone VoLTE service.

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