How To Login To Apple Id On Mac
With macOS Catalina, Apple brought a simple new way to access and manage your Apple ID account information. You can change your name, phone, and email, check your payment and shipping details, and take care of your devices, all in one handy spot. Here's how to access and manage your Apple ID details in System Preferences on Mac.
While the vast majority of Mac users should be using an Apple ID with their Mac, since an Apple ID functions as basically the login gateway to the entire online Apple ecosystem including iCloud, iTunes, and the App Store, some Mac users also may want to have a Mac that has no iCloud functionality or Apple ID related data either, perhaps because
A single Apple ID and password gives you access to all Apple services. Learn more about Apple ID
Even though you can set up your Mac to automatically log into your user account without a password, your computer is going to be more secure if you use one. Of course, there's a slight danger
This will enable your Apple ID password to be used on the off-chance you forget your Mac's login information. How to use your Apple ID's password backup system If you enter the wrong login on your Mac four times, and you have your Apple ID password set as a backup, you will be prompted to enter it.
Open System Preferences, found easily in the Apple menu Choose the "Users & Groups" panel and select your primary user account from the list Look under the user name to "Apple ID" and click the "Set" button