You Need to Remove iPhone, iPad or iPod iCloud Bakcup Files Regularly
It's important to delete iCloud backup files regularly. You've got only 5 GB of free iCloud storage, and once you are running out of iCloud storage with the same Apple ID, you have to free up iCloud storage by cleaning up old and useless iCloud data. (or you can pay money to upgrade more storage, but it's not a wise choice.)
Moreover, iCloud backup data is never safe because iCloud can be easily hacked and leaked out private photos and other data. Shocked with the nude celebrity photos leak issue? You can learn more about iCloud data safe. Therefore, it's the best option for you to delete iCloud backup files either for regaining more storage or for iCloud backup data security.
In this article, you will learn 3 best methods to delete your iOS 10/9.3/9.2/9/8.1/8/7 iPhone, iPad or iPod backup files in iCloud.
How to Delete iCloud Backup Files on PC, Mac, or iDevices (iPhone, iPad, iPod)
It's easy to delete iCloud backups from computer, from iCloud.com, or from iOS devices. The 3 workable ways can completely erase any iCloud backup file for all iOS devices, including: