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How to Sign Out of iCloud Without Password

If you’re like me, you’ve probably forgotten your iCloud password at least once. If you can’t remember your password, don’t worry – there’s a way to sign out of iCloud without having to enter your password. Here’s how:

How to sign out of iCloud without a password

You can sign out of iCloud without a password on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch if you have iOS 8 or later.

If you can’t remember your password, you can reset it.

If you’re using an iPhone 6s or later with iOS 9 or later, you can use two-factor authentication instead of your password to sign in to iCloud. With two-factor authentication, you need more than just a password to sign in.

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What to do if you forget your iCloud password

If you forget your iCloud password, there are a few things you can do to try and recover it.

First, you can try using Apple’s online tools to reset your password. If that doesn’t work, you can also contact Apple Support for help.

If you’re still having trouble, there are a few third-party tools that can help you recover your iCloud password. However, be warned that these tools are not endorsed by Apple and may not work with all versions of iCloud.

How to change your iCloud password

Here’s how to change your iCloud password on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

  • On your device, go to Settings > [your name].
  • Tap Password & Security.
  • Tap Change Password.
  • Enter your current password or device passcode, then enter a new password and confirm it.

How to delete your iCloud account

If you want to delete your iCloud account, you first need to sign out of iCloud on all of your devices. Once you’ve signed out, you can delete your account.

Here’s how to sign out of iCloud on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or Windows PC:

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

  • Tap Settings > [your name].
  • Scroll down and tap Sign Out. Enter your Apple ID password and tap Turn Off.
  • Tap Sign Out again to confirm that you want to sign out of iCloud.

On your Mac:

  • Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences. Click Apple ID. Click Overview then click Sign Out.

If you can’t sign out from System Preferences because you forgot your password, use these steps instead:

  • Click the Finder app in the Dock then choose iCloud Drive from the Finder sidebar. If iCloud Drive doesn’t appear in the Finder sidebar, choose Finder > Preferences then select iCloud in the sidebar preferences window.
  • Click Manage… next to iCloud Drive then click Options next to each app that uses iCloud Drive. Select This Mac next to each app then click Done then click Done again.

On your Windows PC:

iCloud for Windows version 12 or later:

  • Open iCloud for Windows then click Storage > Change Storage Plan.
  • Click Sign Out of Account then click Turn Off next to each app that uses iCloud with Windows.

iCloud for Windows version 11 or earlier: Open Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features > Uninstall a program. Select iCloud and click Uninstall/Change at the top of the list then follow the onscreen instructions to complete uninstallation including unchecking all boxes during uninstallation so as not to remove any files or data from device storage during process; once complete reboot system as prompted by software before proceeding with reinstallation which can be done via disk or download from support website as needed or desired following onscreen instructions until completion after which should launch automatically however if not simply find and launch from start menu/screen or desktop shortcut as usual; log into newly created account using Apple ID credentials when prompted and proceed with setup according to preference though advisable to allow full access and usage in order for comprehensive management of device settings, content, and information via cloud services as well as cross compatibility between different types of devices running various software platforms and versions

How to manage your iCloud storage

iCloud is a great way to keep your photos, videos, and documents backed up and accessible on all your devices. But as your collection grows, you might find yourself bumping up against your free 5GB storage limit. If that happens, you have a few options for managing your iCloud storage.

First, you can buy more iCloud storage. Apple offers three tiers of iCloud storage: 50GB for $0.99 per month, 200GB for $2.99 per month, or 2TB for $9.99 per month.

If you don’t want to pay for more iCloud storage, you can free up space in your iCloud storage by deleting items that you no longer need. For example, you can delete old backups of your iPhone or iPad from iCloud, or delete photos and videos that you’ve already downloaded to your device.

You can also choose which apps can access your iCloud storage. By default, all apps that use iCloud will have access to your full 5GB of storage (or more, if you’ve bought additional storage). But if there are certain apps that you don’t want using up your iCloud storage space, you can turn off their access in the Settings app.

How to use iCloud Keychain

iCloud Keychain is Apple’s password management system. It was introduced with iOS 7 in 2013. It stores your passwords, credit card information, and other sensitive data in the cloud and makes it available across all your devices.

iCloud Keychain is accessible through the Settings app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Tap your name at the top of the Settings menu, then tap iCloud. Scroll down and tap Keychain.

If you’re using macOS Sierra or later, you can also access iCloud Keychain by opening the Safari web browser and selecting Preferences from the Safari menu. Click Passwords, then click Details.

To use iCloud Keychain, you need to have an Apple ID and be signed in to iCloud. You also need to have two-factor authentication enabled for your Apple ID.

How to use iCloud Drive

To use iCloud Drive, you need an Apple ID and iCloud storage. If you don’t have an Apple ID, you can create one.

iCloud storage plans give you a certain amount of space on iCloud for your backups, photos, videos, documents, and more. You can buy more storage from your device or computer, or upgrade to a higher storage plan.

When you upgrade to a new device or computer, you can choose to restore it from your iCloud backup.

How to use iCloud Photo Library

iCloud Photo Library is a great way to keep your photos safe and access them from anywhere. But what happens if you want to sign out of iCloud?

There are a few different ways to sign out of iCloud, depending on what device you’re using and what version of iOS or macOS you’re running. We’ll walk you through the process step by step so you can get signed out of iCloud on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Windows PC.

How to sign out of iCloud without password without computer

It’s actually really easy to sign out of iCloud without a password, and you can do it right from your iPhone or iPad. Here’s how:

  1. Tap on Settings.
  2. Tap on iCloud.
  3. Tap on the Account tab at the top of the screen.
  4. Scroll all the way to the bottom and tap on Sign Out.
  5. You’ll be prompted to enter your password, but just tap on Cancel.
  6. You’ll be asked to confirm that you want to sign out by tapping on Turn Off, and then you’re done!


There is no foolproof way to sign out of iCloud without a password, but there are a few workarounds that you can try. One is to delete the iCloud account from your device and then set it up again. This will prompt you for a password, but you may be able to bypass it by entering an incorrect password three times.

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