Do you have an Apple device and forgot your password? Do not worry; Today we tell you everything you need. Resetting passwords is a little more complicated than usual due to Apple security measures. We have put everything together for you. Let’s look at how to reset your Apple ID password.
Different ways to reset your Apple ID password
The reset process varies from device to device. First of all, we will explain how to reset on iPhone, Ipad and Ipod Touch.
On iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
- Click Settings.
- Tap your name and go to Password & Security.
- Tap Change Password.
- If you have already signed in, you will be asked for a password.
- Follow the steps on the screen one by one.
On macOS Catalina
- Go to the Apple menu and System Preferences.
- You will see the Apple ID. Click it.
- Click on Password & Security.
- You will be asked for your password. Press Forgot Apple ID or Password. Then it would be helpful if you continued with the on-screen instructions.
- Click Change Password. You will be asked for your MacBook password.
On macOS Mojave, High Sierra, or Sierra
- Go to the Apple “System Preferences” menu and click “iCloud”.
- Choose Account Details.
- You have to enter. Press Forgot Apple ID or Password and follow the on-screen instructions.
- Click Security, and then click Reset Password or Change Password. You will be asked for your MacBook password.
FAQ on how to reset Apple ID password
Find out if you’ve changed your Apple ID password and haven’t updated your device.
First, log in with your old account. You can then delete your account and sign in with a new account.
It is possible to delete your Apple ID using the latest applications.
If you’ve forgotten your Apple, click the button on the Apple ID page. Enter your email address, your name and your last name.
Yes you can. If you don’t have an iOS device, you can view your accounts online.
Bottom line: how to reset your Apple password
We have told you how to reset Apple devices. If you don’t have an Apple device, contact Apple Support. To end our review, consider resetting your iPad if none of these work. For the necessary information on this topic, check out our article titled “Factory Reset iPad”.