Apple’s latest iPhone update, iOS 14, is finally here. iOS 14 is one of Apple’s biggest iOS updates to date, introducing Home screen design changes, major new features, updates for existing apps, Siri improvements, and many other tweaks that streamline the iOS interface.
Are you attracted by the new features on iOS 14? Are you ready to upgrade your iPhone to the latest iOS 14? It’s vital that back up your important stuff on your iPhone to keep the data safe while you are test driving betas. A lot of things can go wrong and third-party app crashes are one of them.
Apple provides two ways of backing up your iPhone: iTunes and iCloud. iCloud offers free 5 GB of space and you need to pay for more iCloud space. iTunes is a little bit fussier to set up and manage. In the following tutorial, we are going to talk about another two easy methods to back up your iPhone before upgrading to iOS 14 without iTunes/iCloud.