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You can back up to iTunes on your Mac or PC desktop or laptop directly over USB. Connect the device over USB to iTunes, select your device in the toolbar and click Back Up Now.


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Since mobileMe (which handed out the @me.com addresses) was turned off some time ago, all you can now create are @icloud.com emails. If you had an AppleID which predates mobileMe (e.g. a dot Mac account) you would have three aliases: myname@mac.com myname@me.com myname@icloud.com So the short answer is, no it is not possible to create a new @me.com email ...


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The answer is mixed. While the iTunes app store can be signed into with a separate Apple ID, there will be some data (naturally) stored on the second account you use. The device will not be added to their My Apple Devices, though it will become an Authorized Device in iTunes Store. As such, some level of data will be held in the Apple Servers to facilitate ...


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Since you have Apple products listed, iCloud calendars would be the place to start. Go to: https://www.icloud.com There is a link in the top right on the instructions for setting up each of your devices to use iCloud for calendar syncing: https://www.apple.com/icloud/setup/ Start with one device - then check in the cloud using ...


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If you had Find My iPhone enabled, then the thief would have needed to know your Apple ID login details to be able to remove it from iCloud. If you didn't, all they had to do was wipe it & it's gone.


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This happened to me I gave my husband my old apple 5s but didn't wipe it clean first. He deleted 3-400 of my contacts in a 1 hour period since they were still using the same iCloud account. From experience I now know to rest the old phone to factory default and set it up that users own Apple ID. Problem solved except couldn't recover my contacts since a new ...


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It's not entirely clear, but I'll take a guess. If you connect the phone to a computer and no photos are removed when you sync, the most likely setup is the iPhone is using iCloud Photo Library. You would turn that off in the settings app - iCloud. Then once the library is off - choose whether you want the phone to participate in Photo Stream / Photo ...



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