Sign in with your Apple ID
Your Apple ID serves as the gateway to accessing a comprehensive suite of Apple services, ensuring the seamless integration of all your devices. Once signed in, you gain access to the App Store, iCloud, iMessage, Apple Music, Apple TV+, and more.
Sign in effortlessly across various platforms:
iPhone or iPad
Apps and other devices
Interested in employing Sign in with Apple for third-party apps or websites? Discover how to utilize this feature
Sign in on your iPhone or iPad
- Launch the Settings app.
- Select “Sign in to your [device].”
- Utilize your Apple ID to sign in on your iPhone.
- Input your Apple ID (or an associated email address or phone number) and password.
- If prompted, enter the six-digit verification code sent to your trusted device or phone number to complete the sign-in process.
- Once signed in with your Apple ID, access the list of email addresses and phone numbers available for sign-in, and add additional ones if needed: Navigate to Settings > your name > Sign-In & Security.
If you’re already logged into iCloud on the iPhone paired with your Apple Watch, you’ll automatically be signed in with that Apple ID. Learn more about setting up and signing in to your Apple Watch.
that Apple ID. Learn more about setting up and signing in to your Apple Watch.
Sign in on your Mac
Navigate to the Apple menu and select System Settings. For earlier macOS versions, opt for Apple menu > System Preferences.
From the sidebar, choose Sign In with your Apple ID. In earlier macOS versions, click Sign In.
Proceed to sign in with your Apple ID on your Mac.
Enter your Apple ID (or use an email address or phone number associated with Apple services) along with your password.
If prompted, input the six-digit verification code sent to your trusted device or phone number to complete the sign-in process.
Once successfully signed in with your Apple ID, locate the email addresses and phone numbers available for sign-in. Additionally, you can add more email addresses and phone numbers by navigating to System Settings > your name > Sign-In & Security.
Sign in on Apple TV
To access Control Center, press and hold the TV button on either the Siri Remote or Apple TV Remote.
Choose “Add User” and adhere to the onscreen instructions.
Explore various services available with your Apple ID on Apple TV.
If you have two-factor authentication enabled on an Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation), you may be required to enter a verification code along with your password. Discover how to obtain a verification code on your trusted device or have it sent to your trusted phone number.
Sign in on the web
Utilize your Apple ID for signing in to various Apple websites.
iCloud.com – Access iCloud services from any location by logging in to iCloud.com using your Apple ID.
Apple Account – Manage your Apple ID details by signing in to appleid.apple.com with your Apple ID.
If your device is already signed in with your Apple ID and incorporates Touch ID or Face ID, you can employ these features to sign in seamlessly to iCloud.com or appleid.apple.com.
Additionally, you may have the option to sign in to any Apple website using a passkey. Enter your Apple ID (or an associated email address or phone number), then choose “Sign in with Passkey” from the sign-in screen. Follow the onscreen instructions to use your iPhone or iPad to sign in using a passkey.To utilize a passkey for signing in, ensure you have a supported web browser, Bluetooth enabled on the device you’re using, and iCloud Keychain enabled on your iPhone or iPad
Sign in on apps and other devices
Employ your Apple ID on certain third-party devices to log in and access Apple services such as Apple Music, the Apple TV app, and more.
Sign in to use Apple Music, the Apple TV app
You have the option to sign in to Apple Music on Android, or log in to the Apple Music app or Apple TV app on your smart TV, game console, or streaming device.
For Windows PC users, signing in to iTunes for Windows allows you to purchase movies and TV shows or listen to songs on Apple Music.
Sign in to use iCloud on your other devices
On your Windows PC, establish and log in to iCloud for Windows to reach photos, documents, and additional content.
Alternatively, access iCloud.com through your browser and discover the features available for your device.
Use Sign in with Apple on third-party apps and websites
If you encounter a “Sign in with Apple” button on a participating third-party app or website, you can efficiently create an account and log in using your existing Apple ID.
Find out how to utilize the “Sign in with Apple” feature.
Upon initial sign-in to the App Store and other media services, you may be required to input credit card or payment information. It’s important to note that simultaneous sign-ins with more than one Apple ID are not possible for the App Store and other media services. Additionally, content purchased with one Apple ID cannot be updated using a different Apple ID. Depending on the method used to create your Apple ID, you might be prompted to upgrade to two-factor authentication on a compatible device or complete account setup on the web.