You can create an Apple ID on your iPhone or Mac through the App Store or by using a browser on a PC or other devices.
You can access iCloud on any computer or phone by going to icloud.com, and on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac by opening the Apple ID menu.
App Tracking Transparency (ATT) forces apps on Apple devices to ask your permission before tracking your activity across other apps and websites.
Your iPhone can be hacked in various ways, but there are certain best practices you can follow to avoid most hacks.
You can reset your iPhone to its factory settings and erase all the information stored on the device. Just make sure to back up your data first.
You should wipe an iPhone of all of its data and return it to factory conditions if you are giving away, selling, or recycling an old iPhone. Even if you no longer have your phone, you might be able to completely erase it using the Find My feature. Here are […]
You can change the Apple Pay billing address attached to your credit or debit card and the shipping address for purchases in the “Wallet & Apple Pay” menu of your Settings app. Billing addresses can be updated on a per-card basis in the “Payment cards” section and may auto-generate or […]
You can change your iCloud email address by changing the email address associated with your Apple ID account. The email address that is associated with your iCloud account is always the same as the one that is associated with your Apple ID. If you have an @icloud.com address as your […]
You can delete your iCloud account, but you have to delete your entire Apple ID along with it to do so. If you delete your Apple ID, you’ll lose access to myriad things, including App Store and iTunes purchases, data storage, subscriptions, iMessage conversations, and other Apple services. For a […]
You can create an iCloud email account while setting up an Apple ID or after you’ve already registered one. Apple allows you to set up an iCloud email address on a Mac computer, iPhone, or iPad. Visit Business Insider’s Tech Reference library for more stories . With so many email […]
To share your iCloud storage with others, you’ll need to set up Family Sharing on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. When you activate Family Sharing, you’ll also have the chance to share App Store purchases, an Apple Music account, and more. If you need more iCloud storage space for the […]
To cancel your iCloud storage plan, you can head to the “Manage Storage” menu on your iPhone or iPad. Both PC and Mac computers will let you cancel your iCloud storage plan as well. You can also downgrade your iCloud plan instead of cancelling it. Once you cancel or downgrade […]
To delete photos from iCloud, you can either delete them from your synced iPhone or iPad, or turn off photo syncing. By default, if you delete a synced photo from your iPhone or iPad, it will be deleted from iCloud too. If you turn off iCloud photo syncing, you can […]
You can access iCloud on a PC by going to the iCloud website and signing in with your Apple ID. You can also install the iCloud app on your desktop and configure how iCloud backs up and syncs files. You will likely rarely need the iCloud app and don’t need […]
To sign out of iCloud on all of your devices, you’ll need to head to iCloud’s website. You can make all of your devices sign out of iCloud at once, or sign out of iCloud in every browser that’s logged in. Signing out of iCloud might disable some of the […]
To use Sign In with Apple, you simply need to select the option when asked to log into a participating app or website. Selecting the Sign In with Apple option will let you log into a service using your Apple ID username and password. Visit Business Insider’s Tech Reference library […]
You can block emails on iCloud using an inbox “Rule.” When you block an email address on iCloud, any email you receive from that address will be automatically moved to your Trash folder. To block emails, you’ll need to use the iCloud website – you can’t use the Mail app […]
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