How to Change Your Apple ID Password

Apple ID password changes are a bit different than other types of password changes because you have to enter in your old password to confirm the change.

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Open Settings.

To change apple id password on an iPhone, iPad, ipod touch with iOS 10.3 or later:

Open Settings.
Tap [your name], then tap Password & Security.
Tap Change Password.
Enter your current password, then enter a new password and confirm the new password.

If you’re signed into iCloud and have a device that uses iOS 11 or later, you can change your password from your device. Just follow these steps:

On your iOS device, go to Settings > [your name] > Password & Security.
Tap Change Password.
Enter your current password, then enter a new password and confirm the new password.*
* If you can’t update your password using any of these methods, go to iforgot.apple.com to reset it using the primary email address that’s on your Apple ID account page.*

Tap your name.

In the Settings app, tap your name at the top of the screen. If you’re using iOS 10.3 or later, tap Profile. If you’re signed in to iCloud, tap the Apple ID field at the top of the screen.

Tap Password & Security. If you’re asked to enter your passcode or password, enter it.

Under Change Password, tap Change Password. If you have an Apple ID and don’t see this option, reset your password instead.

Tap Password & Security.

If you want to change apple id password tap the “Password & Security” tab from the Apple ID management screen. From there, you can update your password and choose to enable two-factor authentication for extra security.

Tap Change Password.

If you can’t remember your password, you can reset it using the web browser on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. If you’re signing in with your Apple ID in iOS 11 or later, you might be prompted to enter a six-digit verification code instead of your password.

If you have an account with two-step verification turned on, you’ll need to enter a trusted phone number or device passcode in addition to your password.

Follow the steps below to change apple id password

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 10.3 or later:

1. Open the Settings app.

2. Tap [your name].

3. Tap Password & Security.

4. Tap Change Password. If you’re signed into iCloud and have a passcode enabled, you’ll be prompted to enter the passcode for your device before you can continue.

5. Enter your current password or device passcode, then enter a new password and confirm it by entering it again.* Then tap Change or Change Password depending on which version of iOS you have.*You might be asked to answer security questions. If so, follow the steps on the screen until you see a message that says your password has been changed or that the reset email has been sent to your inbox (depending on which option you chose).

Enter your current password or device passcode, then enter a new password and confirm the new password.

If you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 10.3 or later, or if you have a Mac with macOS Sierra or later, you can change the password that you use to sign in to your Apple ID account.

Follow these steps to change apple id password

– On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 10.3 or later: Go to Settings > [your name]. Tap Password & Security > Change Password.
– On your Mac with macOS Sierra or later: Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences > iCloud. Click Account Details. If you’re using macOS Mojave 10.14 or earlier, choose iTunes & App Store from the System Preferences menu. Click Account Details.

If you’re asked to enter apple id password click “Forgot Apple ID or password” and follow the instructions on the screen.
– Enter your current password or device passcode, then enter a new password and confirm the new password.”

Tap Change or Change Password.

You can change your password or security questions from your Apple ID account page, even if you can’t remember your current password.

Tap Change or Change Password. If you see a message that says your account has been disabled in Settings,contact apple support

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