Your Apple ID is how Apple identifies you. It is what you use to access and download apps on iTunes, enable iCloud, purchase from the Apple Store, and even schedule a call or book an appointment with Apple Store representatives and tech support. When I did schedule a call, I had to wait until the next day to talk to support. So, in case this happens to you, here’s what you can do to recover it.
When you first set up a new Apple device such as an iPad, you are asked to sign up for an Apple ID. As with most online accounts, you will set a password and the usual recovery questions to ensure that you can gain access to the account should you forget your password.
What if I forget my Apple ID password?
If you remember your Apple ID but can’t remember the password you have two options. The first works if you have access to the email address you’ve linked your Apple ID with.
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