Apple iCloud feature enables a user to store files and data on the cloud and access it on multiple iOS devices. This data sync is achieved via a WiFi network which helps the user access the files from any Apple device with iCloud support app installed on it. iCloud can be called as an external storage in the cloud without the need to have an external hard drive. This cloud is accessible from all the Apple devices. While this is a convenient feature, many users find it hard to implement its usage. While the issues are easily tackled with the change in configuration settings of the iOS device, a user who uses the Apple devices for remaining in constant business communication may find it confusing to handle the configuration part.
Common issues faced by the iCloud users include problems in data syncing, enabling iCloud, merging with logbook, etc., which can be easily tackled by upgrading the iOS so that it is compatible with the iCloud. Few other issues may require one to contact the Apple iCloud customer service team via email and provide detailed information about the problem, along with the iOS version. Interrupted data connections may also cause data sync issues. To tide over these simple issues one cannot mail the icloud customer support team and wait for them to respond, the next best alternative is to seek help from a third-party Apple iCloud mail support team and get a quick response over the phone. Few common issues which can be tackled by changing few settings in the Apple devices are listed below.
Data syncing the most common issue: This may arise due to interruptions in the data connections while syncing the iOS devices on the cloud. Using Wi-Fi network to sync the devices solves this problem. A user can also check if the iCloud Drive is ON on all the iOS devices. Also, all the devices must be signed in with a single Apple ID. Using multiple Apple Ids may not work for data syncing. For Mac devices, it is important to check if the iCloud Drive is enabled. One can check this in the Options for iCloud Drive. When all else fails, check if the Apple service is undergoing an outage. During the downtimes, many Apple services are slow or disrupted. Also, it is good to ensure that there was no maintenance update scheduled on the Apple device. If it is updating itself, waiting for the update to complete is the best solution.
Problems with unsupported Apple ID for iCloud: For people who have registered for iTunes, this ID is automatically supported for iCloud. On the other hand, people who have not registered for iTunes or other Apple software apps, their old Apple ID may not work for iCloud. Also, if one were using older Apple ID it may not work for the iCloud subscription. This is a difficult problem requiring the user to reset the Apple ID. To do so, one must first back up the data and contacts from the web-based iCloud account and then delete the account to create a new one. If the problem persists one may have to contact the Apple iCloud Support number and start a thread in the comments section. If you are in need of quick assistance, contact our third-party Apple iCloud support team.
Failed Authentication and login: Many users forget the password or Apple ID face the authentication failed issue. It is the responsibility of the user to check if the password was not wrongly typed and the full Apple ID is provided in the required fields. If the user has reset the password recently and forgotten about it, he/she can reset it from the iForgot page. You can also retrieve forgotten username for iCloud. Upon successful registration with iCloud, an email confirming the same is sent to the user email. You can use this email to retrieve the user input credentials for Apple devices.
Account not verified error: If a user does not verify the new Apple ID for iCloud from the confirmation email sent by Apple, this error is bound to occur. If you do not find the email in any of the folders, click the Resend Verification Email button found in the preferences in iCloud.
No emails in the iOS 10 app: While the latest version of IOS helps ease the functioning of the iCloud services, it may interfere with other simple apps which worked in earlier iOS versions. Many users have reported problems with the OS it to the iOS 10 on their Apple device. It is a bug which needs to be addressed by Apple in the next update or bug fix. This problem is observed in all the email accounts which use an apostrophe in their preferred email address. For people who have added multiple accounts, removing the account with the apostrophe makes the emails from other accounts appear in the Mail app.