Or better yet, simply disconnect from the cloud completely, so nothing of mine ever gets put on it? I have very little use for storage that any hacker can reach. And now I've been trying to load the Lyft Driver app, which I've done several times in the past. Apparently a copy of that app, with my phone number etc., got placed on the cloud. And now I have to change phone numbers. Lyft Customer Service wants me to delete my app from the phone and then reload it from the App Store. But when I reload it, it's apparently loading from the Cloud, still with all the personal info (old phone number etc.) that I wanted to get rid of. How do I get that app off the Cloud, so I can then load a clean copy from the App Store? Thanks all! --- Post Merged, Jan 17, 2019 --- Actually, I wouldn't mind disconnecting my iPhone 6+ from the Cloud, completely and permanently. Anybody know how to do that? I updated the phone's iOS to the latest version, two days ago. I think it's current.