Apple’s iCloud is a great way to carry important travel documents, like PDF copies of reservations, spreadsheets of itinerary notes, and screenshots of useful information gathered from the internet.
Many travelers also carry a photocopy of their passport too—just in case. It makes it faster and easier to replace it when you’re abroad.
Even if you lose your mobile phone, you’ll still be able to access your documents from any computer or device (because they’re stored “in the cloud”).
On your mobile phone look for an app called “Files.” That’s where you’ll find iCloud Drive (and your folders and documents).
Here’s a screenshot of iCloud Drive, where folders and documents are stored…you’ll notice that Apple has preset some folders for you.
To drag and drop folders or files into iCloud Drive from a Mac computer: open a Finder window, and look for iCloud Drive in the side menu bar.