Backup iPhone and iPad to onedrive
Can you please make an option so I can back up my iPhone and iPad to onedrive so I no longer have to use iCloud.
Thanks for the suggestion. Aside from photos which you can upload to OneDrive, this isn’t something Apple makes available to developers at this time.
not friendly, I do not want to pay Apple for iCloud.
I am using MS all my life, and I am working in it (MS environment).
Your phone is good, but not friendly ...
Is this still not possible? We already pay for onedrive, why do I have to pay for iCloud too :-(?
Is this still not possible? Our family uses one drive for back up. Is there still no way to back up contacts from iPhone to one drive?
Samir Boudjebla commented
There are already some available APIs. You can backup contacts and as mentioned photos.
I am sure that there are other api you can add too.
Now it’s just up to Microsoft to start building the backup option.
The MVP is possible to deliver
Welcome to the Apple lock-in . While Microsoft invests a lot of $ into being hybrid, Apple closes his eco system even more..... A real a shame Windows Phone didn't make it due to being boycotted by app vendors... But YES a great idea to implement but if the APIs are not set open Microsoft can't implement the backup function.
This is a must! Consumers should have a choice of cloud storage for phone backups. Forcing us to use iCloud is not fair
It is need of time to compile and consolidate the data. It is must. Apple and Microsoft should do something for this in the interest of consumers.
This would greatly enhance OneDrive. Do-it!!
This needs to happen! In a user friendly, practical way please!
THIS IS A MUST!
To have an option to choose another Cloud destination that adds to the single option of iCloud for everything that iCloud is presently used for is a must have option. Apple will need to include options in their iOS too.
+1,000000!!! There's a clunky way you can do it if you use a windows PC. You can setup your OneDrive as a network drive on the PC. Then pick the OneDrive as the folder to save your backups to. But again, to do this is a bit of a bear. I read an article on it once and you even have to run a script to make it work. But if you're even moderately technical, you can do it.
T.J. Barry commented
This is the best Idea ever!