It seems that Apple wants to force their customers to enable iCloud: Already the updates of two different iPhones from 7.1.2 to 9.2.1 and one iPhone 5s from 8.4 one month ago stopped with the step of enabling/disabling iCloud: The "button" for activation is much larger than that of disactivation and the latter is at the very lowest point. That is not all: The space between the two "buttons" is very little - so you must really be careful if you want to tap on "Desactivation" . This is topped by the fact that already one month ago the "button" to disactivate iCloud was NON_RESPONSIVE for at least 30-60 seconds. I tapped like a fool and NOTHING happened - while ALL other steps concerning other things than iCloud were perfectly responding! This was all the same with all THREE different iPhones, so a hardware-problem can be absolutely excluded. Today, it was even worst: The "button" was NON-RESPONSIV for at least 5 minutes! Be aware: You have NO CHANCE to bypass this step. After at least 5 minutes and getting more and more angry about apple playing the blacklister card it finally worked. I find this really scandalous since I refuse any Cloud service and strictly backup only locally. VERY BAD POLICY, apple !!!