How to Switch Your Apple ID on Your iPad

Need to switch apple id on your iPad? Here’s a quick how-to guide to get you started.

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Open the Settings app.

Open the Settings app.tap general

Tap Sign Out. If you’re using iOS 11 or later and you have more than apple id tap “Use different Apple IDs for iCloud and iTunes & App Store.”

Enter your password, then tap Turn Off. If you have an iPhone that uses Touch ID, you might need to enter your passcode.

Turn on the new device and finish setting it up. When asked, sign in with apple id If you turned off Find My iPhone on your previous device, enter your Apple ID and password on your new device to reactivate it.

Tap your name.

Your Apple ID is the account that you use to access Apple services. If you use multiple Apple IDs, such as for your personal and work accounts, you can switch the one that’s used with each app.

To switch between Apple IDs on your iPad:
1. Tap Settings > [your name].
2. Tap Sign Out, then enter your Apple ID and password.
3. Tap Switch Accounts if you have multiple accounts.
4. Tap the account that you want to use, then enter that account’s password.

Tap Sign Out. If you’re using iOS 11.4 or later, you might need to enter your password first.

Open the Settings app.
Tap your name.
Tap Sign Out. If you’re using iOS 11.4 or later, you might need to enter your password first.

Tap Sign In.

1. Open Settings.
2. Tap iTunes & App Store.
3. Tap the Apple ID at the top of the screen.
4. Tap Sign Out, then tap Sign In.
5. Enter new apple id and password, then tap Sign In.

Enter your Apple ID and password.

If you’re using iOS 10.3 or later, tap Settings > [your name]. Scroll down and tap Sign Out. Enter apple id password and tap Turn Off. If you’re using iOS 10.2 or earlier, tap Settings > iCloud. Scroll down, tap Sign Out, then tap Sign Out again. Enter apple id password and tap Turn Off.

Tap Sign In. If you have an iCloud Keychain and two-factor authentication enabled, you might need to enter a verification code.

If you’re using iOS 10.3 or later and sign in with your Apple ID, you might be asked to enter a verification code from one of your devices. If you can’t receive the code, you can have it sent to your trusted phone number as a text message or phone call instead. Or you might see a Did Not Receive Code notification and can tap Try Again.

If you’re using iOS 10.2 or earlier, sign in with your Apple ID and password. If you have an iCloud Keychain and two-factor authentication enabled, you might need to enter a verification code.

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