iCloud supplies a comprehensive platform for iPad users to share your personal data among various iOS devices. Compared with iTunes, you can do iCloud backup wirelessly but network is a must so you can back up your iPad files anywhere with Wi-Fi. However, you’d better ensure your iPad with iOS 5 or later. Otherwise, iCloud
may not work for your iPad.
iCloud can support lots of kinds of data including music, photos, videos, apps data, messages, contacts, calendars, notes, reminders, etc. iCloud overview can give iPad users more direction to what iCloud backs up.
Notes: This process of backing up requires your iPad to plugg in, lock, and connect with Wi-Fi.
Method 1. Restore iCloud Backup Directly
After you power on your new iPad or reset your iPad, the settings requires you reset the location, language and so on. Simultaneously, you can restore from iCloud backup files.Choose “Restore from iCloud Backup” and log in with the same Apple ID and passcode as the one that you used to back up before. All backup files are listed to you. Select the latest one to restore.
Method 2. Retrieve iCloud Backup with iPhone Data Recovery
In addition, if you want to recover iPad, iPhone Data Recovery is specialized for iDevice users. It offers three methods for user to get back iPad data, one of these is using iCloud backup to recover iPad data. Simply you sign in your iCloud account and choose the data what you want by clicking "download" button. After the data is recovered, you can tap "Recover" button and then the recovery is completed. For this way, iPhone Data Recovery is different from other method as it supports selectively recovery and preview.