Apple IDs are something that each Apple owns. The Apple ID uniquely identifies you and allows you to sync your Apple devices with each other, make purchases, etc. If you are looking to sell or transfer your PC to someone else, It is best to completely wipe your computer off all personal data before giving it away. So, how do I delete my Apple ID and my MacBook Pro?
Mac users are often asking these questions to get rid of their Apple IDs. Pay close attention to the following article for answers to all questions concerning logging out from your Apple ID on the MacBook.
How do I delete my Apple ID on my Macbook?
Your Apple ID can be removed from your Macbook’s Apple menu by clicking on “System Preferences”, then selecting “Users, Groups,” and then clicking on the “Action.” Next, click on “Remove Account”.
How do you permanently delete an Apple ID on your computer?
To remove an Apple ID from your computer you’ll need to go to the Apple ID management site. There you can click on “Delete Account”, and then confirm your choice.
Why do you want to remove your Apple ID?
You already know the answer, since you are here. There are several reasons that you may not want to keep your AppleID and have it deleted.
You have a second Apple ID, and you want to stop using it.
You have moved to non-Apple platforms such as Android, and Windows PC, but no longer use or plan on using Apple devices.
Apple privacy concerns?
How to delete your Apple ID Account
Open a web page on your Mac, PC, iPad, or iPhone and navigate to privacy.apple.com. The option is not accessible on iPhone.
Enter your Apple ID email password. If prompted, answer any security question or authorize two-factor authentication on another device.
Select Continue from the Apple ID & Privacy homepage.
Under Delete Your Account, select Get Started.
Select a reason to remove your account from this dropdown menu.
Take a look at the important points to remember before you delete an account. Next, select Continue.
Please review the deletion conditions, then check the agree box and choose Continue.
You have the option to receive account status updates via email, by phone, or at a different email. Then select Continue.
Download, print, or write down your unique access code. You will need to contact Apple Support to discuss your request. Then select Continue.
Enter the access number to confirm that it has been received. Then select Continue.
Take a look at the list of essential details once more and click on Delete Account.
Apple will confirm in an email that it is working to delete the account. Apple states that this process may take up to seven days. While verification is underway, your account remains active.
Sign out of the Apple ID before your account is deleted.
How to delete Apple ID from Mac/Macbook with password?
The user interface was not changed significantly by the Mac software group, so there won’t be any learning curve. However, Apple ID can be signed into the machine by following a straightforward guide. However, I encourage readers to back it up using traditional methods like documents, media, and files stored in local storage.
Click on Apple logo > System Preferences> Apple ID.
At the bottom, tap on Sign Out.
Wait for a while, and your Apple ID will be deleted from your device.
The options will only appear on your screen if you connect to the internet. macOS Catalina asked me not to provide a password for confirmation.
What happens if an Apple ID gets deactivated?
After you deactivate your Apple ID, these points will apply to your account.
You cannot use iCloud/Facetime, Messages/Find My, Apple Pay, Apple Sign in with Apple, or any other app or service associated with Apple ID.
You can’t update or download apps you have purchased in the past.
Apple will not access any data associated with your Apple ID, Apple services, or Apple ID.