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There are times when the Apple users come across a glitch asking them to ‘update Apple ID settings’, if you have also been through this on your Apple device then this situation must be fixed with proper procedure. An Apple ID identifies the user to Apple services including, FaceTime, iTunes Store, App store and other services. It is not necessary to have same Apple for all Apple service. The main reason your device is asking you to update the services is that it wants you to sign in so that services can be used regularly

Now, if the question is still in your mind about ‘how to update Apple ID setting’ then you need to follow the steps in same consecutive order as they are given to reduce the risk of any other hassles.

Why ‘update Apple ID settings’ message appears?

When the users see this message which keeps on occurring frequently, this might be because of the following reasons:

  • You have been signed in to wrong Apple ID
  • Check if your iCloud services are disabled
  • You might have reset the password

Updating Apple ID settings

Step 1: At first, open settings app and then select to update Apple ID settings

Step 2: Click on Continue which will appear on the next screen

Step 3: When a popup will appear on the screen asking to fill in your Apple credentials then enter your Apple ID and password in the respective spaces

Step 4: After entering the details the message will go away and you will be able to avail the apple services without any snags.

At the time of appearance of the ‘update Apple ID’ message, you might need to keep a copy of your data on your device before you sign out. Once you have done the above-mentioned procedure then log out from the account and then sign in back. Also when a prompt will ask you to sync or merge your data with your iCloud, click yes so that your data will be safeguarded.

In case none of the above steps work for you then you need to connect with Apple Support Australia to get the issue resolved by the technicians in stipulated time period.

 

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