- Turn on your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus.
- Open the Settings app.
- Go to “iCloud.”
- Select on “Delete Account” (or “Sign Out”).
- Confirm the removal of the iCloud account from the device by tapping on “Delete” or “Sign Out”
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Go to Settings > iCloud. Scroll down and tap on the Apple ID at the bottom of the list, then select Account > Sign Out . When prompted, enter your Apple ID password — twice! — and then confirm that you want to sign out. Now log in with your new account credentials (which should be the same as those for any other Apple devices) and voilà! You’re synced up again.
How do I change my email address on my iPhone 7?
I’m glad you asked because it’s an easy fix: Go to Settings > Mail , Contact, Calendars and choose Add Account… from the general menu that appears when you select the email field. Choose Exchange from the list of options that appear, and then continue with the account setup process as usual.
Unfortunately, after you change your iCloud address this way, your iPhone will no longer receive messages from anyone who’s been using your old address. You’ll need to create a new Apple ID for yourself and set up (or transfer) an associated email address so that you can get messages sent through @icloud addresses on other devices.
How do I update my mailing address on my iPhone 7?
To change any of your contact information on your iPhone 7, including addresses or phone numbers: Go to Settings > Contacts . Select one of your contacts — it doesn’t matter which one — tap Edit , and then tap the fields you want to update.
How do I add more email accounts to my iPhone 7?
To add another email account, go to Settings > Mail, Contact, Calendars > Add Account… Enter your credentials there, choose your account type (most likely a POP3 or IMAP account), make sure that it’s set up as an Exchange account for easy access in apps like Mail and Safari — oh, and give it its own unique name so you can tell what’s what. Once you’ve got everything set up the way you want it, press Save . And remember: You can sync multiple iCloud accounts on this phone if you create each one of them with their own unique Apple ID.
How do I set up a private browsing session on my iPhone 7?
Open Safari, hit the Settings icon in the top-right corner of the screen and then choose Private Browsing at the very bottom of the menu. The option is basically self-explanatory from that point forward — you can also set it as your default browser setting if you want to browse privately with no extra steps required.
How do I add an app to a folder on my iPhone 7?
Go to any home screen page, tap and hold any icon until they all start wiggling, drag one or two icons over another one — which will cause them to switch places — and then let go once you’ve made that second move. You’ll know that you’ve done the right thing when all three icons are stacked atop each other rather than spread out across multiple pages.
How do I find misplaced iPhone 7 apps?
Hate to break it to you, but there’s really no way to track down a misplaced app on your own — not unless they’re still showing up in Recently Deleted . If one of those apps is your most-used or most-important one, retrace the steps that led to its removal and if you don’t immediately recognize which screen (and what type of icons) were around at the time of launch, make sure that your search includes every relevant home screen page before resorting to more drastic measures — such as restoring your phone from backup.
How do I delete apps on my iPhone 7?
Press and hold any icon until they all start wiggling in place, drag one or two icons over a third one — which will cause them to switch places, just like you did with folders earlier — and then let go once you’ve made that second move. You’ll know that you’ve done the right thing when all three icons are stacked atop each other rather than spread out across multiple pages. Now swipe left on any of those three app icons to reveal an X button, tap it and confirm your choice if prompted.
How do I turn off or restart my iPhone 7?
Go to the Lock screen (by pressing either Sleep/Wake button) and then swipe right until you see a red slider. Slide it to the right to shut down your iPhone, or to the left (when it’s all the way over) to quickly restart it. That latter gesture will only work when your phone is awake, so if the Lock screen isn’t showing up for some reason, press and hold either Sleep/Wake button until you get there.
How do I take a screenshot on my iPhone 7?
Press both of your iPhone’s physical buttons at once — that is, press our Home button and either of its volume keys — and everything happening on screen at that point will be captured as an image file accessible from within the Photos app. By default this option appears as a flash and beep alert, but there’s a way to disable that audio if you want to take silent screenshots.
How do I control my notifications on my iPhone 7?
The Notifications screen (which is different from the Notification Center) lives in the leftmost of all four home screens. You can manually toggle every app’s pending alerts on-and-off by using that panel, or you can use its list view (along with various filters) to see which apps have new tidbits worth checking out. Swipe down from the top of any screen, tap Edit at the very bottom of the menu and then drag your favorite apps up or down to reorder them within that stack.
How do I mask passwords in the Notes app?
Swipe left on any note, tap the “Share” icon at its top-right corner and then tap Copy . Head over to Safari, click Edit at the bottom of that app’s address bar and then paste that information into a section labeled Password. Tap Done , hit Return (or Enter) and voila — your masked password is now secure enough to be copied elsewhere for safekeeping.
How do I pin webpages to my iPhone 7 home screen?
Go into Safari when you want to save an entire website for later use as a shortcut within your home screen panel, tap the Share icon at the very top of that page and select Add to Home Screen from within the pop-up menu. If asked, opt to replace an app or bookmark currently sitting there with the new shortcut and then type a name for it — perhaps the name of that website (in our example) or something more general if you’re going to use this icon for multiple pages. Tap Add once you’ve finished doing that and now your webpage is ready for viewing without ever leaving your iPhone’s home screen panel. That said, you can always tap Edit at any point to change anything about these icons, including their names, URL links and even how many columns they get placed into next time around.
How do I adhere to stricter content filters on my iPhone 7?
The list of tweaks Apple has made behind-the-scenes in order to prevent a poor App Store experience from appearing on your iPhone 7 is pretty great, but you can get in there and adjust exactly what kinds of content people are allowed to access as well. Head into Settings > General > Restrictions, tap Enable Restrictions (if prompted) and then input a passcode to lock everything behind that door.
Now scroll down the list of options until you see Apps, Movies, TV Shows or Music at the very bottom — yes, these come pre-disabled so all of them are white text atop white backgrounds but that doesn’t mean they won’t work somewhere down the line if you wanted to use them for something specific. Tap whichever one(s) you want to manage and then disable either iTunes & App Stores or movies and TV shows. That way, nobody can buy anything or watch any content that Apple doesn’t want them to from within the App Store and iTunes without first disabling this feature on your iPhone 7. (Pins work here as well if you wanted to hand out a specific password just for this screen.)
How do I clear the clutter off of my Notification Center?
Swipe down from the top of any screen at any point in time and tap Edit near the bottom of this menu — that will allow you to rearrange every app’s alerts by dragging them left or right until they’re placed exactly how you want them on these four home screens. You can even choose whether or not an app’s banner gets shown when certain kinds of alerts arrive, such as Messages and Reminders.
How do I disable “Hey Siri” when my iPhone 7 is charging?
If you’re worried about your device accidentally hearing you while it sits plugged in to a power source, head into Settings > Siri & Search, toggle the Listen for “Hey Siri” switch to off and then select When Charging under Allow “Hey Siri”. Now your iPhone will require that you manually hold down the Home button (or say Hey Siri ) before responding to any voice-related queries. However, this also means you can’t use Hey Siri at all if your smartphone’s battery dies on you.
How do I prevent apps from using cellular data?
Head into Settings > Cellular and scroll through those first few screens until you come across a toggle for Use Cellular Data For … and then tap it. This lets you pick which apps can pull down data over your cellular connection as opposed to Wi-Fi only, so when that switch is green it means the app will have access to your carrier’s network no matter where you are.
1. Turn on your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus.
2. Open the Settings app.
3. Go to “iCloud.”
5. Select on “Delete Account” (or “Sign Out”).
6. Confirm the removal of the iCloud account from the device by tapping on “Delete” or “Sign Out”
The short answer is that you cannot have both by sharing an Apple ID. Sharing your Apple ID means that you are using 2 different devices and will likely be caught by the family agreement terms, which warns against having more than one device from a single household accessing any iTunes account at the same time.
You cannot delete an Apple ID. But you can change an associated email address or create a new one.
You cannot sign out of or delete an account without first knowing the password. That’s a basic safety precaution. So in order to recover your account, you’ll have to recall the password and reset it.