How to Backup Notes on iPhone X/Xs (Plus) in 3 Ways

This article has been written considering the increasing issue faced by the iPhone X/Xs users regarding how to backup notes on iPhone X/Xs. iPhone X/Xs users can backup the notes using different methods. The three of these methods have been discussed in the article for their convenience.

By Stephen Wilson | Posted on: Sep. 06, 2018, Last Updated: Sep. 07, 2018
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Want to backup notes on iPhone X/Xs (Plus)? This article is intended to show you three ways to save iPhone X/Xs notes data. Keep reading on this post to learn more.

There are many iPhone users that have questioned the methods of backing up Notes from iPhone X/Xs. The question has been raised mainly due to the reason that the iPhone X/Xs users have tons of important information in their iPhones and they do not want to lose this information rather they want to transfer it somewhere else so that in case if the information is lost, they may find it somewhere else, most probably in their computers. Then there are some iPhone X/Xs users that prefer backing up their notes so that they might be able to review them anytime they want. The article has discussed some of these methods of backup motes.

How to Backup Notes on iPhone X/Xs with iTunes

One of the most common ways to backup notes on iPhone X/Xs is using iTunes. Although this method has been used, most of the iPhone users have been observed avoiding it mainly due to the reason that either they are not able to read and access iTunes backup directly or it was taking a lot of time in creating backups. If you consider it suitable, you may follow the following steps,

1. Connect your iPhone and open iTunes Summary tab.

2. Now click on the checkbox of this computer option

3. Click on the Back Up Now

4. Clicking the button will start a full backup of your iPhone notes on the computer.

How to Backup Notes on iPhone X/Xs with iTunes

How to Backup Notes on iPhone X/Xs with iTunes

How to Backup Notes on iPhone X/Xs with iCloud backup

iCloud can also facilitate backup notes on iPhone X/Xs. Through iCloud, the entire iPhone data along with the most important notes are automatically backed up on the iPhone X/Xs. For using iCloud to backup notes on iPhone, you will need to

1. Open Settings on iPhone X/Xs.

2. Go to iCloud.

3. Turn on the Notes option if it is disabled.

4. Now navigate to Backup to activate iCloud backup.

How to Backup Notes on iPhone X/Xs with iCloud Syncing

iCloud syncing could also be used to backup notes on iPhone. The iCloud option offers versatility in the creation of the types of notes and their backup. In order to turn on and backup notes with iCloud syncing, you would be required to,

1. Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.

2. Tap on the Apple ID banner.

3. Tap iCloud.

4. Sign into iCloud if you haven’t already done so.

5. Turn on Notes syncing in the iCloud services list.

How to Backup Notes on iPhone X/Xs with iCloud Syncing

How to Backup Notes on iPhone X/Xs with iCloud Syncing

Some of the people might not prefer to back up their notes on iPhone X/Xs using iCloud mainly due to the reason that they already have most of the data on their iCloud so they might be running out of space.

The Bottom Line

The issue of backing up notes is most commonly faced by those iPhone users that are not aware of the most suitable ways to back up their data. For their convenience, three different methods have been discussed in the article. All the three methods might not be suitable for you. You must consider and decide yourself about which method would be the most suitable one for you.

Stephen Wilson

Member of @iMobie_Inc., a die-hard fan of Apple and MOBA games, is always passionate about offering and sharing solutions to any Apple related problems, as well as Android.

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