If you are unable to sign in to iCloud, then you might be having a problem with your Apple ID or passcode. So, the easiest way for you to resolve this is to change your Apple ID in order to make your sign-in a success.
This can sometimes happen if you have a ton of iCloud accounts, which is obviously not recommended by Apple. Therefore, you have to remove an iCloud account that is associated with the iPad or iPhone that you own. The possible reasons include:
- Swapping a different account
- Create a new iCloud login for certain reasons
- Change another existing iCloud account better suited for the device
Removing An Existing iCloud Account
- Simple go to Settings -> iCloud
- Find “Delete Account” as you scroll downwards in the Settings and tap on it
- Confirm the removal of the account from your device by tapping “Sign Out” or “Delete”
Take note that this can remove all documents from your device, not from the iCloud itself. You can now have a blank iCloud log-in the moment your account has been removed from the device.
Switching To A Different iCloud Account
- Follow the previous steps in removing the existing iCloud account from your device
- Enter a new or different iCloud Account details and log in just as you usually would by tapping “Sign In”
- Select the iCloud settings that you can use with the account ID
That’s all, the account associate with your Apple device has been switched. Both of these options can be helpful when you used a single account wherein different IDs would have been better. Thus, you need to have a personal iCloud ID and try not to share it to your kids or spouse because you ought to have unique sign-in details. Not only will his ensure continuity of the iTunes purchases or apps, but also it can provide proper syncing of data and files.