You can reset your Apple ID password in case you forget it or have other problems with it. Here’s how.
Reset your Apple ID
Use your own iPhone or iPadOpen Settings.Tap your name at the top, then go to Password and security> Change password.You will be asked to enter the passcode for your device if you are logged into iCloud.Follow the instructions provided by Apple.
Use your own MacOpen System Preferences. If you have macOS Catalina, click on Apple ID> Password and security. On macOS Mojave, High Sierra or Sierra, click iCloud> Account Details.Click on Forgot Apple ID or Password, then click to change the password. If you’re signed in to iCloud, you’ll be prompted for your Mac password.Follow the instructions provided by Apple.
Other options that you can use to reset your Apple ID include a trusted phone number or email, as well as a recovery key if you’ve enabled two-factor authentication on your Apple ID.
If you don’t have access to any of your devices (or if you don’t have other Apple devices), you can use the Apple Support app or Find My app on another Apple device.
Apple supportTap Acquire help basically.Tap Apple ID basically.Tap Forgot Apple ID password, tap To start, then select A different Apple ID.Enter your Apple ID email address, and then tap Next to follow the on-screen instructions.
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