I just got an iPhone 7 from my job. Being more of an Android/Linux guy, I am actually very impressed by this device. One thing is very strange though: I can't find/acces the iCloud Drive app! When I ask Siri, it says that it isn't installed, and suggests that I install it. When I click the linked provided, there is the little icon with an cloud, but it is "toned out" in the colors, and nothing happens when I click it. I don't understand what I'm suppose to do about this.
The reason I need iCloud in the first place is to backup my phone (also "toned out" in the Settings → iCloud menu) and to use the "Just Press Record" app, which requires iCloud, and when I start the app it tells me I need to enable iCloud Drive first. Which I can't do.
Update: Under settings, there is an iCloud settings, which informs me that I have 5 GB storage and that Photos is using a little bit of it.
Under "Restrictions", it doesn't have anything registrered (which is the only possible cause provided by Just Press Records support FAQ.
I am logged into my apple account. When I log onto icloud.com, and select drive, I get this:
...which tells me I should open the iCloud Drive app on my iOS device. So, back to square one, haha. Ever read the book Catch-22? Well, this is a Catch-22.
Thank you for your time, Emil