With the iOS 10.3 update we have a new file system called APFS (Apple File system). Pretty catchy name right. As far as I can tell, the new APFS file system works seamlessly. Albeit, APFS is part of Apple’s move to deprecate 32bit apps. There is one thing to take note of after installing APFS.
Where Is iCloud Settings?
After upgrading to iOS 10.3 and then 10.3.1 I noticed a few things had been moved around. This became apparent when I was looking for my iCloud Settings to see if the 10.3 upgrade messed up my Storage parameters. As hard as I looked, I could not find the iCloud Settings. It was missing from it’s usual place. After some digging around here is where Apple has moved it. First, go into the Settings area:
Instead of scrolling around in that first main window, just click on your Apple ID at the top of the window. You will be taken to this screen:
Tap on “iCloud” and you are in the iCloud Settings area:
Here you can interact with all the apps that do or do not use iCloud. Since I have stopped using iCloud for my photo storage I am in here more often, tweaking these settings.
So, if you are having trouble locating where Apple “hid” the iCloud Settings now you know where to find it.