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  • Let's go over the steps you need to take

  • to delete photos from your iPhone but not iCloud.

  • Open your settings app.

  • Then press your Apple ID.

  • Then press "iCloud."

  • Press "Photos."

  • Then, next to "iCloud Photos,"

  • press the toggle to disable photo sharing.

  • If you have optimize iPhone storage enabled,

  • you'll have to choose "Remove from iPhone"

  • or "Download Photos & Videos."

  • Either option will keep originals

  • saved within your iCloud.

  • Let's set up a different iCloud server

  • for photo backup.

  • For this example, I'm going to use Google photos,

  • but there are many other cloud options

  • you can choose from,

  • including OneDrive, Dropbox, or Flickr.

  • Open the app store app on your iPhone

  • and download Google photos.

  • Open the Google photos app.

  • Press "Allow access to all photos."

  • Then grant access to your photos

  • by pressing "Allow Access to All Photos."

  • Choose if you want Google photos

  • to send you notifications.

  • Now choose what Google account you want

  • to back up to.

  • Now choose your backup options:

  • storage saver or original quality.

  • If you don't want to lose

  • the highest possible quality of your photos,

  • then choose original quality.

  • If storage space is a priority,

  • then choose storage saver.

  • This setting will slightly reduce

  • the quality of your images.

  • The backup process will automatically begin

  • and can be monitored

  • by pressing on your profile image.

Let's go over the steps you need to take

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