Steps to see which devices are connected to your Apple ID

iOS 10.3 has been available in beta stages for a while and with it comes a few updates that might not seem like much on the surface. But there are a lot of little things that add up to a much better user experience you may not know about.

In this case, iOS 10.3 comes with a lesser known feature that allows you to see every device connected to your iCloud account. This feature makes sure that your Apple ID are now connected the devices you want connected and you can remove old devices you are not actively using.

In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to which devices are connected to your Apple ID. Before we get started, make sure that you are now running iOS 10.3

Steps to see which devices are connected to your Apple ID in iOS 10.3

  1. Steps to make sure that your device is now connected to Apple ID

If you want to check if your iPhone or iPad is connected to your Apple ID, here is how you can do that.

Step one: First off, you need to launch Settings from your home scree

Step two: Tap on Apple ID at the top of the page.

From here, you will see all devices that are now connected to your Apple ID including Mac, Apple TVs or even older iPhones you are not actively using.

  1. Steps to turn on/off Find My iPhone and iCloud Backup

Step one: First off, you need to launch the Settings app from your home screen and tap your Apple ID located at the top of the page

Step two: Next up, tap a device and enter iCloud password. After that, tap OK to proceed

Step three: You will be asked to answer security questions and tap Verify when you are done

Step four: You now need to tap Find My iPhone or iCloud Backup. Once you are in, tap on the toggle next to Find My iPhone or iCloud Backup to enable/disable the feature

Step five: You will be prompted to enter your Apple ID password. After that, tap Turn off if you want to disable Find My iPhone or OK if you want to disable iCloud Backup

  1. Steps to remove a device from Apple ID

Step one: Launch the Settings app from your home screen and tap on your Apple ID

Step two: Once you are on, tap on a device and fill in with your iCloud password

Step three: Next up, you need to answer security questions and then tap Remove From Account

Step four: You now need to tap on Remove from the pop-up to complete the task.

Also read: Steps to delete multiple contacts at once from your iPhone

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