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How to view any iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch connected to your Apple ID

iOS 10.3 allows you to view and manage all your iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple TVs, and Apple Watches connected to your Apple ID and iCloud account. Here's how.

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How to create a new Apple ID on your iPhone or iPad

New to the Apple ecosystem? Your first step is to sign up for an Apple ID.

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Forget your password for iCloud, iTunes, or the App Store? Here's how to reset your Apple ID

If you can't remember your Apple ID password, you can reset it using the web browser on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. If you don't even remember your Apple ID, you can try to recover that too!

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How to create an Apple ID on your Mac

Your Apple ID is your keys to the Apple kingdom. It’s what you’ll use to sign into iCloud, download apps from the App Store, and more. If you don’t have one yet, there are three quick and easy ways to create one. Here’s how!

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Apple ID, iTunes purchases lead to arrest of alleged torrent site owner

An Apple ID and iTunes purchase information have led authorities to the alleged owner of the world's largest torrent site.

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Apple ID website gets a major design overhaul

Apple has quietly updated its website for Apple ID, making the process of managing your account, security, and devices for iCloud and iTunes easier and more straightforward.

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How to create an Apple ID for iTunes and Apple Music

Before you get started with Apple Music, you’ll need an Apple ID. Chances are you’ve already created an Apple ID; if you have an iCloud account, for instance, or you’ve ever purchased music on iTunes, you’re all set and can log in. If you don’t, here’s a quick primer on creating an ID and setting it up in iTunes.

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How to get your child off an old Apple ID and onto Family Sharing's 'Ask to Buy'

So you want to enable Family Sharing's "Ask to Buy" to buy feature but your child is on an old Apple ID and you can't find a way to go back and change their birthday to make it work? You're not alone. And while there's no easy fix, there is a way to work around it. As long as you've got an open on your Family Sharing account, you can swap your child's old Apple ID to a new child ID, and get Ask to Buy working the way you want it to.

It's important to note that this process can't convert your child's existing Apple ID into a child ID. It creates a new Apple ID and transfers all their data across. That means they won't lose any backups or purchases, but there are still some downsides. For one, they'll have a new email address, which means a new ID for mail, iMessage, and FaceTime. (You can forward email and enable multiple addresses for iMessage and FaceTime.)

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Apple ID two-step verification feature now available in 59 countries

Apple has quietly revealed that it has added its Apple ID two-step verification feature to 48 more countries around the world, bringing the total number of countries that support the extra security measure to 59.

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How to change the iTunes account on your iPhone or iPad

For some people, their iTunes account, iCloud, even Apple Online Store accounts are one and the same. The email address and password combo they use to log into the iTunes Store, iBooks Store, and App Store is identical to the one they use to log into iCloud email and Find my iPhone. It's a beautiful, unified dream. Others, however, have separate iTunes accounts. Whether that's because they're so old they predate iCloud, or because they're shared with a partner or family, or simply because they want them that way, the email address and password they use to log into iTunes is different than iCloud, and has to be set up separately. If you're one of those people with a separate iTunes account, or you ever need to change which iTunes account you're logged in on, you're in luck — Apple makes it easy to do!

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