How to unlink iPhones

If you have two iPhones that are linked together, you may want to unlink them for different reasons. Maybe you want to sell one of the iPhones, or perhaps you’re simply not using one of them anymore. Whatever your reason, unlinking your iPhones is a pretty simple process.

But before we look into how to unlink iPhones, let’s go over why people link their phones in the first place.

Why are iPhones linked?

iPhones can be linked together for a variety of reasons. Maybe you want to have the same iCloud account on both devices, or maybe you want to be able to share data between the two iPhones. Whatever your reason, linking your iPhones is a pretty simple process.

Unlinking your iPhones

To unlink your iPhones, open the Settings app on both devices and tap on the “iCloud” entry. On the iCloud screen, scroll down to the bottom and tap on the “Delete Account” button. You will be prompted to enter your Apple ID password; enter it and then tap on the “Turn Off & Delete” button to confirm. This will unlink your iPhones and remove all data from the iCloud account.

Unlinking through Apple Music app on Mac or iTunes for Windows

If you have two iPhones and want to unlink them, you can also do so by going through the Apple Music app on Mac or on iTunes for Windows. This process will erase the data on both phones, so be sure to backup your data beforehand.

Here’s how to unlink two iPhones through Apple Music on Mac:

  1. Open Apple Music
  2. Click “Account”
  3. Click “View My Account” from the drop-down list.
  4. Sign in your Apple account.
  5. Go to iTunes in the Cloud section and click Manage Devices
  6. You will see a list of devices. Click “Remove” on the device you want to unlink.

Here’s how to unlink two iPhones through iTunes for Windows:

  1. Open iTunes and sign in with your Apple ID.
  2. Select “Account”
  3. Click “View my Account”
  4. Under “iTunes in the Cloud” select “Manage Devices”
  5. You’ll see a list of devices. Click “Remove” on the device you want to unlink.

Your two iPhones should now be unlinked!

Don’t forget to backup your data!

If you don’t know how to backup your data, don’t worry, below is a brief guide to help you.

There are a few different ways that you can backup your iPhone data. One way is to use iCloud, which is a cloud storage service provided by Apple. You can also use iTunes to backup your data, or you can use a third-party service like Dropbox or Google Drive. Whichever method you choose, make sure that you have a recent backup of your data before proceeding with any of the following tips.

If you want to backup your data using iCloud, simply connect your iPhone to a Wi-Fi network and go to Settings > iCloud > Backup. From here, you can choose whether to backup your data automatically or manually. If you choose to backup manually, simply tap the “Back Up Now” button.

If you want to backup your data using iTunes, connect your iPhone to your computer and launch iTunes. Then, click on the device icon in the upper-left corner of the window and select “Back Up.”

If you want to use a third-party service like Dropbox or Google Drive, simply download the app onto your iPhone and sign in with your account information. From there, you can upload your data to the cloud storage service of your choice.

What if you don’t remember your password?

If you don’t know the password, you can try to reset the password. If you can’t reset the password, then you won’t be able to unlink your iPhones and you’ll need to contact Apple for further assistance.

However, there are also tools available online that can let you bypass the Apple ID passcode and remove an iPhone from an old Apple account. It’s good to search around and find the best one for the job.

Conclusion

All in all, unlinking your iPhones is a pretty simple process, but it’s important to remember that all data will be removed from the iCloud account when you do so. However, be sure to back up any data that you want to keep before unlinking your iPhones so you don’t lose any valuable information!


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