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iCloud makes moving your settings, photos, apps, and documents to a new device seamless. Just sign in to iCloud when you set up your new device, and you’ll be ready to go in minutes. Two‑factor authentication helps keep your data safe. Two‑factor authentication is an extra layer of security designed to ensure that only you can access your account.
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May 8, 2012 7:45 AM in response to winter_mt You can set up a secondary iCloud account in system preferences > mail, contacts and calendars, click to add a new account, choose iCloud, click the 'create ID' button. View in context View all replies How do I set up a second iCloud account? Welcome to Apple Support Community
To create a new ID you have to use an email address other than an iCloud one - such as a free Yahoo or GMail one. Once that's done you can sign into System Preferences>iCloud with it and choose a new @icloud.com email address. Reply Helpful dolly_pink Level 1 0 points Oct 4, 2012 12:02 PM in response to Roger Wilmut1 Thanks, that's helpful.
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On the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch: Settings > Mail, Contacts and Calendars > Add Account > iCloud. On the Mac: System Preferences > Mail, Contacts and Calendars > + (at the bottom of the sidebar) > iCloud. Note that a second iCloud account may not have the same features as the main iCloud account View in context View all replies
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