Recently I've been getting errors that my iCloud storage is full. I tried deleting backups and data to clear it out. Now, if I go to 'iCloud Storage', I see this, i.e. 3.5GB of my iCloud being taken up by backups.

However, when I click on backups, I see this. No backups are listed and according to this page 0 memory is being taken up by backups.

I've gone on all my devices and iCloud for Windows to delete backups and I see the same thing everywhere. Can't figure out a way to delete the phantom backup or completely erase my iCloud data which I'd be willing to do.

Can anyone help me out?

  • Try the web client avail. at iCloud.com, in settings, you should have the option to erase specific data. – bret7600 Sep 15 '17 at 15:26
  • @bret7600 Checked settings but I can't see where to delete specific data? It shows me a breakdown of my storage but there are no management options. – Daniel Gordon Sep 15 '17 at 18:30

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