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  2. iCloud

    Sign in to iCloud to access your photos, videos, documents, notes, contacts, and more. Use your Apple ID or create a new account to start using Apple services.

  3. Sign in and use - Apple Support

    You signed in using a different Apple ID: If you have multiple Apple IDs, make sure to sign in to with the account that has the data you’re looking for. For example, if you want to see the photos you have stored in iCloud Photos on your iPhone, make sure to sign in to with the same Apple ID you used to sign in to your iPhone.

  4. Sign in with your Apple ID - Apple Support

    Tap Sign in to your [device]. Enter your Apple ID and password. If prompted, enter the six-digit verification code sent to your trusted device or phone number and complete sign in. If you're already signed in to iCloud on the iPhone paired with your Apple Watch, you will automatically be signed in to that Apple ID.

  5. Manage your Apple ID

    Your Apple ID is the account you use for all Apple services.

  6. iCloud - Apple

    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.

  7. iCloud - Find My - Apple

    Find My requires iOS 14, iPadOS, or macOS Catalina or later and that your device is signed in to iCloud with your Apple ID. Find My iPhone and Find My Friends are still preinstalled and available on iOS 9 and later. Some features are not available in all countries or regions.

  8. iCloud Sign in Account – iCloud Login & Use iCloud. com

    Sign in to your device. if you have already signed in, tap on your account to open it. Step 3. Tap on iCloud to sign in the account. If you are using iOS 10.2 or the earlier versions, go to Settings > iCloud and enter your Apple ID (email address) and password to sign into iCloud account.