Problems with Apple’s iCloud services aren’t entirely uncommon. But users have experienced more severe and widespread iCloud bugs in iOS 13, particularly early on in the software’s lifecycle. If you have iCloud syncing problems, try these tips to fix them.
- Again, the latest versions of iOS appear to fix many common iOS 13 iCloud problems. If you’re already running the latest software, try a simple restart or force reboot.
- Some users report success by heading to Settings > (Your Apple ID) > iCloud and hitting the toggle next to misbehaving services to disable them. Give it a few moments and reenable the toggle.
- If your service isn’t listed or problems persist, try logging out of iCloud on your device and logging back in. You can do that by going to Settings > (Your Apple ID) and hitting Sign Out all the way at the bottom.