Mastering the use of To use a third-party app or website, you’ll need to sign in with your Apple ID from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or computer.
You need to be logged into iCloud with that Apple ID and have enabled two-factor authentication in order to use Sign in with Apple. Find out more about the Apple Sign-in process. Sign in with Apple: A Step-by-Step Guide
Figure out how to use Use your Apple ID to sign up for a new service on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or computer.
Use two-factor authentication and be logged into iCloud on an Apple device associated with that Apple ID to access Sign in with Apple. Explore Apple’s Sign in with Apple to get more info.
Make an account by utilizing Register your Apple device (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac) with Apple.
Tap the Sign in With Apple Button on The Participating App or Website.*
If you’re prompted for personal details like name and email, Sign in with Apple will use what it knows about you from your Apple ID to complete the form. You have the option to change your name and select either Share My Email or Hide My Email to change how others see your contact information. Discover more about the Hide My Email service.
Once you’ve confirmed your identity using either Face ID, Touch ID, or the passcode on your iPhone, tap Continue to finish signing in. Enter your Apple ID password if you haven’t already set up a Face ID, Touch ID, or a passcode.
When prompted, you can authenticate with Face ID, Touch ID, or a passcode by tapping the Sign in with Apple button. When you sign in with Apple, your information is synced across all of your signed-in Apple devices.
System Preferences > Apple ID on a Mac, or Settings > [your name] on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, will require you to be logged into your Apple ID. Two-factor authentication must also be enabled.
Create a Sign in With Apple Account on Other Platforms
You can also use Sign in with Apple on participating apps and websites on the web and on other platforms like Android or Windows.
- Tap the Sign in with Apple button on the participating app or website.
- When you see a secure, Apple-hosted webpage, enter your Apple ID and password.
- The first time you sign in, you’re prompted for a verification code from your trusted Apple device or phone number. Check your device and enter the code. On the web, you can skip this step for 30 days after your initial sign-in by choosing to trust the browser you’re currently using.
- If you’re asked to provide your name and email address, Sign in with Apple automatically fills in the information from your Apple ID. You can edit your name if you like and choose to Share My Email or Hide My Email. Learn more about hiding My Email.
- Tap Continue to complete the sign-in process.
Upgrade an Existing Third-Party Account to Sign in With Apple
The option to switch to Sign in with Apple may be available in select third-party apps and websites. A website or app’s settings section will allow you to make these adjustments.
In iOS 14 and iPad 14 and later, if you sign in to a service using a password that is simple to guess, reuse, or that has been hacked, you may be prompted to upgrade to Sign in with Apple. If prompted, select Use Sign in with Apple and continue with the on-screen instructions. Also, you can get an update on your iOS device, be it an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:
Select “Passwords” under “Settings.”
Select a program or URL from the list under “Security Suggestions.”
Follow the on-screen instructions after selecting Use Sign in with Apple.
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Sign up for a brand new Hide My Email account using your existing Apple ID. There is no way to revert to the old sign-in method after you have switched to Sign in with Apple.