Yup, you're in luck! Your iPhone 11 does indeed automatically back up to iCloud if you have the feature enabled. iCloud Backup is a super handy way to ensure your data is safe and accessible if something happens to your device. Here's how to backup iPhone to iCloud automatically:

  1. Enable iCloud Backup: Go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud > iCloud Backup. Make sure it's toggled on.
  2. Wi-Fi Connection: Your iPhone needs to be connected to a Wi-Fi network for the automatic backup to kick in.
  3. Power Source: Your device should be connected to a power source (charging) during the backup process.
  4. Frequency: Backups typically happen when your iPhone is locked, connected to Wi-Fi, and charging. They occur daily as long as these conditions are met.
  5. What Gets Backed Up: iCloud Backup saves your app data, device settings, photos, videos, iMessages, and other important stuff. It doesn't back up music, movies, and TV shows from your iTunes library, but you can redownload them from the App Store, iTunes Store, or Apple TV app.


So, as long as you've got iCloud Backup switched on, your iPhone 11 should be automatically backing up all your precious data to the cloud. Piece of cake!

After learning how to backup iPhone with iCloud automatically, you may find that your iCloud storage is easy to be full. How to release your iCloud storage properly? Well, you can use a great cloud file transfer service, MultCloud, to quickly transfer your iCloud data to another cloud drive as backups and then delete those data in iCloud.

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Step 1. Add your iCloud Drive, iCloud Photos, and other clouds to MultCloud by clicking “Add Cloud”.

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Step 3. Use the Cloud Transfer function to select data in iCloud as the source, and select another cloud as the destination. Then click “Transfer Now” to start the Cloud Transfer task.

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