- To change the Apple ID on your Mac, go to System Preferences iCloud.
- Type in the new Apple ID and password then click Sign In.
How to Change iCloud Account
You can change the primary iCloud account associated with your OS X Yosemite Mac if you have more than one. Your primary iCloud account is identified by a checkmark next to it in the user list of the iCloud System Preferences pane in Mavericks or Yosemite, and determines which information will sync for that user on this Mac only. To change primary accounts:
If you have primary accounts set up with more than one iCloud account, only the primary account will sync certain information in OS X Yosemite, while other items may not. If you want to change primary accounts for this Mac, sign in to icloud.com on a computer that’s already set up with multiple primary accounts and follow these steps:
1. If you use Safari, do a hard refresh by holding down Command+Shift+R as you click the Reload button. This will reload the web page and may fix some issues with open tabs.
2. When you’re finished using Safari, close it by choosing File > Close from the menu bar or by clicking the red dot in the upper left corner. (You can also move your mouse cursor over this dot and choose Quit Safari.)
3. Open Launchpad by clicking on its icon on your Dock or pressing -Escape.
4. In Launchpad, look for an app with the same name as your primary iCloud account. (If you do not see this app, check that you are looking in All Applications.)
5. Drag the app to the right of your Dock until it is one space away from the Dock’s edge. This will put it “on top” of all other applications so that you can more easily quit other applications before quitting your primary iCloud account application.
6. If there is a red dot on the icon of your primary iCloud account, click on it and choose Quit from its menu list or press -Q. If there is not a red dot on the icon, skip to step 7 below.
7. Quit your primary iCloud account application by clicking on its icon on your Dock or pressing -Escape.
There is no way to change the original account’s full name, it can only be changed by creating a new admin and deleting your competitor’s own personal account.
Step 1. Log in to the Apple website using your date of birth and old iCloud password.
Step 2. Click on “Manage My Account” from the right side of the screen, under “My Apple ID.”
Step 3. Make sure that you are logged into your account with your old email address (in our example, [email protected]).
Step 4. On the left side menu, click on Edit to change a secondary email account’s primary associated email address back to an older third party service provider’s registered email address (such as [email protected]) and then click Save Changes at the bottom of page when prompted by clicking Submmit Order at Checkout
Switching Users from Lock Screen
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Go to System Preferences, then select iCloud. Uncheck “Back to My Mac” and “Find my Mac.” Sign out of iCloud. When prompted, click Delete from the menu.
To delete your iCloud account, you’ll need to first sign in to your iCloud account on a Mac or PC. Once you’re signed in, open the iCloud preferences and click on the “Delete Account” button. You’ll then be asked to confirm your decision by entering your iCloud password.
You can add a second iCloud email address to your account, but you’ll need to use a different Apple ID to sign in. To add a second email address, open the Settings app and tap on “Mail, Contacts, Calendars.” Under “Accounts,” tap on “Add Account.” Select “Other” and then enter your iCloud email address and password.
To remove iCloud from a computer, the user must first sign in to iCloud using their Apple ID. Once signed in, the user can open the Settings app and select iCloud. From there, they can scroll down and select “Delete Account.” After selecting “Delete Account,” the user will be asked to confirm their decision. After confirming, iCloud will be removed from the computer.
To add a second iCloud account to your Mac, open System Preferences and click on iCloud. Click the Sign Out button in the lower left corner of the window, and then sign in with the other iCloud account. If you have an existing Apple ID, enter your email address and password, click the Sign In button, and then click the Agree button to agree to the Terms and Conditions.
When you try to create a new Apple ID, you might get an error message that says “The Apple ID you entered is already in use.” This means that you already have an Apple ID and you need to sign in with that account information. To do this, open the App Store or iTunes and click on the Account button in the top-right corner. Then type in your email address and password and click Sign In.
To delete an iCloud email address, open the Settings app and navigate to iCloud > Email. Tap on the email address you want to delete and then tap Delete Account. Confirm that you want to delete the account by tapping Delete again. The email address will be deleted and no longer be usable for iCloud email.
Apple’s iCloud service allows users to store data such as documents, photos, and music in the cloud. The service is free for up to 5GB of storage. Additional storage can be purchased for a monthly fee. iCloud can be used on devices running iOS 5 or later, Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5 or later, or Windows 7 or later. A single iCloud account can be used on up to 10 devices.