Users, who have a knack for switching between multiple iCloud accounts, sometimes come across a situation, where they have to close an iCloud account.
Removing an old iCloud account is not advised for a number of reasons. It can lead to many complications such as loss of data, failure to retrieve apps linked with your Apple ID, deletion of iCloud backups and loss of valuable iCloud data. You should expect hazardous consequences if you don’t know what you’re doing. Closing iCloud account is a sensitive process and requires the services of a person who knows what he’s doing and why he’s doing it.
How to Reset iCloud Account without Password
If you have lost your current account password, is it possible to simply sign out and sign in with a new account? Whatever your case may be, iMyFone LockWiper enables you to completely erase your personal data from your device, even if you no longer have the iCloud password. This powerful software is designed to protect you from privacy breeches by guaranteeing that your erased data is safe. It erases your existing Apple ID and every personal data present on the device in a secure and reliable manner.
Key Features of iMyFone LockWiper
- Reset your iCloud or Apple ID account even if you can no longer recall the password.
- Switch from one iCloud account to another without any hassles and without having to sign into the previous account.
- Completely wipe off every trace of the original Apple account to prevent the possibility of tracking by previous owner.
- Enjoy access to iTunes, App store, and every iCloud and Apple ID services and features without any limits.
Learn how to reset iCloud account without password.
Step 1: Launch LockWiper on your PC and in this case select “Unlock apple ID” mode on the home interface.
Step 2: Enter the screen passcode and trust computer after connecting device.
Step 3: Click “Start to Unlock” to begin unlocking process.
Step 4: Open your device and go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings; this has the added advantage of unlocking devices with enabled “Find My iPhone”.
Step 5: Wait for iPhone to finish unlocking with your iCloud account and private data completely wiped off.
How to Close iCloud Account from iPhone/iPad
Here is a step by step guide on how to close your old iCloud account.
Option 1. Removing the Existing iCloud Account from iOS
Your first course of action is getting rid of the active iCloud account from your iOs device.
Firstly, you’ll need to remove the existing iCloud account that is in use on the iOS device:
Step 1. Go to the settings app on your device and navigate to the option that says ‘iCloud.
Step 2. Under the settings tab, at the bottom, you will see an option that says, “Delete account’’. Click it.
Step 3. If you are using the newest version of the iOs, instead of the “delete account” option, there will be a “Sign Out option”, that will have the same effect as tapping the delete account button. After choosing either of these options, you will be locked out of your iCloud account.
After carefully completing all the above steps, you will now be given the option to login from a new iCloud account. Depending on your preferences, you can either login from another iCloud account or make a new Apple ID and login from the iCloud account associated with that Apple ID.
Option 2. Switching to a Different iCloud Account in iOS
After you have successfully closed the old iCloud account, here we’ll show you how to switch between multiple iCloud accounts on your device. As we mentioned before, this method is not recommended for those users who lack the proper knowledge to accomplish this task. It can do more harm than good.
Step 1. Repeat all the steps needed to remove the active iCloud account, mentioned in the previous method.
Step 2. Sign in with your iCloud account by typing in the username and Password of your new iCloud account.
Step 3. Configure the iCloud settings according to your preferences.
Voila! Your iCloud account has been successfully switched.