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If you've already got an Apple ID, you can skip ahead to the next section.

There's two ways to sign up for an Apple ID: on your i Pad or i Pad, as part of the device's setup process, or in a browser on any device at any time.

Apple advises you to make sure that the device you'll be using i Cloud services on is running the most recent version of its respective OS.

(Newer versions of i OS, Mac OS X and tv OS may add extra i Cloud features, fix bugs or tweak the way it works.) If your device is brand-new you shouldn't need to update its OS, although it's still worth checking in case some bug fixes have been released since it was boxed up.

i Cloud, which replaced Mobile Me in 2011, is Apple's remote storage and cloud computing service, and allows you to access your photos, contacts, email, bookmarks and documents anywhere you can get online.

It's a useful and - if you can manage with the pretty stingy base storage allocation - free set of services, available to anyone with an i Phone, i Pad, i Pod touch, Apple TV, Mac or even Windows PC.

Read more about upgrading i OS on your i Pad or i Phone.

You simply have to visit the ID section of Apple's website and click Create Your Apple ID at the top right.

If you're setting up a new i Pad or setting up a new i Phone, the simplest option is to create an Apple ID then and there.

At the appropriate moment during setup, tap 'Don't have an Apple ID or forgot it', and 'Create A Free Apple ID'. But you don't need to be on an Apple device, or even own an Apple device, to create an Apple ID: anybody, even curious Windows or Linux users, can create an account.

For i Pads and i Phones, go to Settings Software Update.

i OS will either tell you that the operating system is up to date, or give you details of a newer version and let you download and install it.

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In this article we explain how to set up i Cloud on any of those devices: how to sign up for an Apple ID and i Cloud account, and how to activate i Cloud in general and specific i Cloud services in particular. Read more: Alternatives to i Cloud Your i Cloud account is based on your Apple ID.So if you haven't got an Apple ID already, you'll need to create one.