Apple cloud computing recognizes device even if replaced

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I had my latest version of Apple phone replaced because I am under the impression that the echo issue is a factory defect. When I updated my data from my stored data on Apple’s cloud computed, the system is assuming that what I am doing is storing another set of data from another phone, hence, I no longer have additional space for my cloud computing for other data.

Can you please tell me how to remove these data so that I can allocate space for my new phone without removing any information?

I maintained the phone name, I called the Apple customer service and they said that this is happening because the cloud computing has identified me based on the serial number, but my question was never answered. Please guide me through the process. Thank you.

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Best Answer by Marvin M Calderon
Answered By 0 points N/A #169595

Apple cloud computing recognizes device even if replaced

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hi,

  • the best way to do this is either get a different apple ID and re-register your account details again once you start icloud.
  • secondly take the backup of all the data stored on icloud and delete the application
  • restart your mac and install and configure icloud again
  • create a new startup login and re-sync your computer with icloud

 

hope it will fix the error

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Apple cloud computing recognizes device even if replaced

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Hello Fasdfda17

                  If you want to store more data then you have to empty the space from your provided space. And for that you need to select those applications that are no more in your use after that you have to mark them and by going to the delete option you can delete those things and can make free space for your more storage in the cloud. You can also do that thing by running the backup file that you have saved when you firstly use your cloud storage.

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