Saturday, January 28, 2023

How to update the password for your Apple ID

Update your Apple ID is the key to all of Apple’s integrated services, like the App Store, iCloud, iMessage, FaceTime, and also Apple Music. You’ll also need one in order to set up a new Apple device. If you have any reason to think that someone else knows your password, you should update your Apple ID right away. Changing it every now and then can help keep it safe.

The new password needs to be at least eight characters long and includes at least one number, one capital letter, and one lowercase letter. Also incompatible are passwords from the year before.

Change your Apple ID password using these instructions. You can’t use these if you don’t know your password. If you’ve lost or forgotten your password, you can start the process of resetting it from any of your Apple devices.


  1. Go to Settings, touch your name at the top, and from the drop-down menu, choose Password & Security. Click “I’ve Lost My Password.”
  2. The passcode for your device will be entered, and then a new password and confirmation will be entered.
  3. In order to make a change, you must click on the “Change” button.
  4. On the main Settings page, enter your new password to access Apple services and features.
  5. Using Apple’s System Preferences, you can change your Mac’s password.


  1. System Preferences can be found by clicking the Apple menu in the upper left corner, clicking the Apple ID tile, and then clicking the OK button.
  2. Then click on Passwords and Security.
  3. Please click Password Change.
  4. Type in the password you use to get into your Mac.
  5. Check that the new password you just made is correct.
  6. Click on it to change.


  1. Go to to find out more.
  2. Click Sign In in the top menu bar and sign in with your Apple ID.
  3. Click Sign-In and Security in the menu on the left.
  4. Choose the passphrase.
  5. First, put in your current password, then a new one, and finally, confirm it.
  6. By checking the box, you can log out of all of your Apple devices and websites.
  7. Please click Password Change.

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