How to Sign Out of Apple ID Without Password 2020Alex Scott, 21 August, 2020
How to sign out of iCloud on iPhone/iPad without password? Sign out of iCloud from iPhone/iPad settings is easy if you enter the Apple ID password, then you can enter the new iCloud account to iPhone/iPad. In the case that you want to sign out deleted Apple ID without password, the only way is EelPhone Activation Removal.
Apart from screen lock password, iPhone/iPad have another lock type using the Apple ID and Apple ID password, iCloud use Apple ID and Apple ID password rather than iPhone/iPad screen lock password. In other words, Apple ID locks the whole apple product account, screen lock password is used on the device only. Different apple product can use the same Apple ID and password to share almost all data.
When several iDevice use the same Apple ID and password, it's not a clever decision if the iDevice not in the control of one people. Information sharing is inevitable with one same Apple ID and password. Different iDevice uses the different Apple ID and password, protect the data in the device from being synced without knowing.
The iCloud account and password is Apple ID and password, it's set up when you got the new iDevice at the first time-one email and password. In the moment that you want to sign out of iCloud, go to settings>[your name]>Sign out, you're asked to enter the Apple ID password, just enter the Apple ID password to sign out of iCloud account on iPhone/iPad. But if it's so long time and you can't remember the Apple ID password, is there any possible way to log out of iCloud on an iPad/iPhone? The only way is below.
- Part 1: How to Sign Out of iCloud Without Password iOS 9/10/11/12/13
- Part 2: How to Sign Out Apple ID on iPhone/iPad When Find My iPhone Feather Was Disabled
Part 1: How to Sign Out of iCloud Without Password iOS 9/10/11/12/13
Without Apple ID password, the find my iPhone feather was enabled in advanced, force factory reset iPhone/iPad will make the iDevice into activation lock, so the only way that you want to sign out of iCloud account, you should use the EelPhone activation lock removal.
Step 1: Download EelPhone Activation Lock removal on mac, launch it after the installation. Before clicking on the Start button, have a look on the warning on the interface.
Step 2: Connect the iPhone/iPad to computer using the USB cable.
Step 3: The removal will download the jailbreak data package automatically, keep connection when the tool is getting the matching data package.
Step 4: Once the data package was downloaded, click on Start Jailbreak to jailbreak iPhone/iPad immediately.
Step 5: When the iPhone/iPad was jailbreaked, tap on Start Bypass, the removal will sign out of previous iCloud account without password.
Note: After signing out of iCloud without password, don't add new Apple ID and password in the settings, don't force factory reset iPhone/iPad. If the iPhone/iPad get into activation lock, use the EelPhone activation lock removal one more time.
Part 2: How to Sign Out Apple ID on iPhone/iPad When Find My iPhone Feather Was Disabled
Activation lock appears after abnormal factory reset and the find my iPhone feather was enabled, two conditions are indispensable, but if your find my iPhone feather was disabled, and you want to sign out of iCloud account on iPhone/iPad without password, you can use the “Unlock Apple ID” feather on EelPhone DelPassCode.
Note: You should know the iPhone/iPad screen lock password. You're asked to unlock iDevice and trust the computer.
Step 1: Download EelPhone iPhone unlock on computer, launch it after the installation, from the home page of the tool, tap on Unlock Apple ID.
Step 2: Link iPhone/iPad to computer via USB cable, once connected to the tool, click on Unlock Now.
Step 3: The tool will remove the Apple ID from iPhone/iPad, you have sign out of the iCloud account in a few minutes.
From two parts above, choose the way to sign out of iCloud without password on iPad/iPhone. Mostly, you should use the first part to sign out of Apple ID without password.
This article was updated on 19 September, 2020