How to Setup/Create a New Apple ID on iPhone, iPad: iOS

Your Apple ID is a key to access various Apple services like iMessage, FaceTime, iCloud, App Store and much more on iPhone, iPad or iPod. We can say, without Apple ID your iDevice is of no use because most of the apps and iPhone features highly depend on Apple ID. If you’ve sync iCloud with Calendars, Contacts, Reminders and other features, then you can see real-time changes on different iDevices signed in with the same Apple ID.

Apple ID is very useful, for instance, if you are switching to a new iPhone or iPad, but need all the data from old iDevice, at that time if you can use the old Apple ID on the new iPhone and continue using the settings and data. In this article, we’ve shown few methods to create a new Apple ID on the iPad, iPhone and how to use the second Apple ID on iPhone.

Setup or Create a New Apple ID on iPhone and iPad

How to Create New Apple ID on iPhone, iPad

If you are new to the Apple ecosystem and need to create a new Apple ID on iPad, iPhone, here’s the quick guide on how to set up a new Apple ID on iPhone, iPad. Internet connection must be turned on to create the Apple ID.

  1. Navigate to the Settings
  2. Select Sign in to your iPhone, at the top of the settings app.
  3. Choose Don’t have an Apple ID or forgot it? And then tap Create Apple ID.
  4. Now, its time to enter personal details like Birth Date, First Name, Last Name, Email Address and more.
  5. After entering the data, tap Next at the top-right corner to proceed.
  6. Once you select or create a new Email Address, enter Password.
  7. Verify the password.
  8. For security purposes, choose the Security question and add your answer. Do it two times more.
  9. Tap Agree, to Terms & Conditions after reading them.
  10. The next option will ask you to Merge or Don’t Merge the iCloud Data with Safari, Calendars, Reminders, and Contacts. If you choose Merge, all of these data will sync with iCloud data.
  11. Tap OK, to enable Find My iPhone.

How to Change or Add Second Apple ID on iPhone, iPad

Many users travel internationally for business or personal reasons, so obviously they will need to download Apps from the App Store. At that time, it would be great if you have an Apple ID (US, UK or wherever you are traveling).  However, you need to sign out of the current Apple ID to change or create a new Apple ID on iPhone, iPad.

  1. Open the Settings app on iOS devices.
  2. Tap on your name.
  3. Tap Sign Out. Enter the Apple ID password to confirm.1 sign out Apple ID from iPhone iPad settings
  4. Now, get back to Settings and tap on Sign in to your iPhone/iPad.
  5. Enter the alternate Apple ID to sign in.

NOTE: To create a new Apple ID, you can refer to the above tutorial from step 3.

How to Create Apple ID on Android or Windows PC

Don’t have iPhone, iPad or Mac, don’t worry, Apple lets you create Apple ID on Windows PC as well on Android smartphone, through its web interface. Here’s how to do it.

  1. Tap/Click on the appleid.apple.com.
  2. Select Create Your Apple ID.
  3. Enter the personal details like Name, DOB, Email, Password, Country and more. Also, make sure to choose the Country or Region that matches the billing address.

Note: The Email address entered by you will be your new Apple ID.

  1. Choose the Security Questions and write their answers.
  2. Read the on-screen instructions and complete setup of creating a new Apple ID on Windows or Android.

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