- Tap Settings > [your name].
- Tap iTunes & App Store.
- Tap your Apple ID.
- Tap View Apple ID. You might be asked to sign in.
- Tap Remove This Device.
1. Log in to your Apple ID by choosing Store > Sign In from the iTunes menu.
2. Choose Store > View My Account from the iTunes menu.
3. From the Account Information screen, click Manage Devices and click the Remove button next to the name of the device you
Determine which two phones you’ll be replacing. Go to Settings > iCloud and change all syncing data on these two phones (contacts, calendars, etc.) to Off. When prompted, select Keep Data on the iPhone. After everything is turned off, scroll down and tap Delete Account.
If you’re no longer using an iPhone, a Mac, or an Apple TV, you can delete it from your account by following the instructions below. Even if a device is offline, Apple Pay is disabled for that device and your cards are removed from the device when you remove a gadget set up to use Apple Pay.
When the device is destroyed, you’ll get an email. Remove the device from your account after it has been erased. All of your data is deleted, and someone else may now use the gadget.
To remain backed up and in sync, your Apple devices connect to iCloud. If you don’t use a device any longer, you should quit using it from your iCloud account. Contact the previous owner of an Apple device still linked to someone else’s iCloud account and request that they remove it on iCloud.com if you acquired one that’s still connected to another person’s account.
When you delete your Apple ID from an iPhone, all associated data and information are permanently deleted. If you’re transferring accounts or selling your iPhone to a new owner, you may want to get rid of your Apple ID.