iOS devices can connect to the internet using a variety of different services, including Apple’s popular iCloud feature. The setup process will prompt you with three options: “Manually enter my passcode,” which is used if someone else gets access while your phone isn’t powered on; ‘Use automatically,’ where data saved in apps like Maps and Photos could be compromised by hackers who take control over them remotely via Wi-Fi networks or cellular hotspots.; Or don’t use any service at all–this would mean no online storage whatsoever so make sure before clicking anything!
Alternatively, you can access and control iCloud settings at any time by following these instructions:
1. Navigate to Settings -> iCloud
2. Switch OFF the features you wish to stop syncing with iCloud and your other Apple devices
3. To turn off backups navigate to Settings -> iCloud -> Storage & Backup -> iCloud Backup -> OFF
4. You can delete your account entirely under Settings -> iCloud -> Delete Account
Hold on to your contacts, calendars and other files because they won’t be uploaded into the cloud. sync with iTunes on a computer instead of through iCloud!