- How do you split an Apple ID account?
- Should each family member have a separate Apple ID?
- Will I lose my music if I switch family sharing?
- Will I lose my music if I join family sharing?
- Can I use someone else’s Apple music?
- How can I use someone else’s Apple music without family sharing?
- What happens if you use someone else’s Apple ID?
- Can my family see my Apple music?
- Is Apple music family plan worth it?
- Can I log into my Apple Music on someone else’s phone?
- Can I log into my iTunes account on someone else computer?
- Can I have 2 iPhones with the same Apple ID?
- Why can’t my family see my Apple music?
How do you split an Apple ID account?
The easiest way to run 2 Apple IDs on one computer is to go to System Preferences/Users & Groups and create a new user account so that you each have your own account.
That will keep, your data separate..
Should each family member have a separate Apple ID?
Everyone in your family needs to join Family Sharing using their own Apple ID. This way your family can share purchases, an Apple Music family plan, iCloud storage, photos, and more without sharing personal information like email, text messages, or passwords.
Will I lose my music if I switch family sharing?
Remember: If you change your plan, as the head of household, it will also remove access for any Family Sharing users who are on your plan. Their Apple Music data will remain on Apple’s servers for a short period of time, however, allowing them to each sign up for an Individual plan and restore their library and likes.
Will I lose my music if I join family sharing?
If you join a family group with a family membership, they can cancel the individual membership and not lose access to Apple Music. … If you join a family group with a family membership, they can cancel the individual membership and not lose access to Apple Music.
Can I use someone else’s Apple music?
Apple Music Family Plan: How do you sign up? You can subscribe to the Apple Music Family plan from an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC, or an Android device. If you already have an Apple Music Individual or Student subscription, you can change it to a Family subscription.
How can I use someone else’s Apple music without family sharing?
How can we share Apple music? You can’t without Family Sharing. Has nothing to do with you being adults. Each member can redeem Apple Gift Cards to their accounts which will be charged before the organizer’s method of payment.
What happens if you use someone else’s Apple ID?
As soon as you let someone enter their Apple ID on your Apple device, you effectively relinquish possession of it. And if that someone is a cybercriminal, they will not let go easily: having hoodwinked the victim, they block the device using the “Find my iPhone” feature in iCloud.
Can my family see my Apple music?
When you set up purchase sharing, everyone in the family gets access to the apps, music, movies, TV shows, and books that family members buy. The content automatically appears on the Purchased page in the App Store, iTunes Store, Apple Books, or Apple TV app. Some items can’t be shared.
Is Apple music family plan worth it?
Apple Music’s family plan is particularly good value, whether you’re a parent wanting to keep your kids off torrent sites, or living with housemates.
Can I log into my Apple Music on someone else’s phone?
It should all be tied to your apple id, but if you go to the Settings>Music>Home Sharing at the bottom you can sign into another account. You need to log in with the same Apple Id you used on the old phone to the iTunes & App Stores, and to iCloud, for the subscription to carry over.
Can I log into my iTunes account on someone else computer?
You can access your iTunes Store account from any computer with iTunes installed, but you cannot access the iTunes library – the tracks and other content you’ve already downloaded – from another computer unless both computers are on the same local network in which case you can use Home Sharing.
Can I have 2 iPhones with the same Apple ID?
You can use a single AppleID on many devices, including 2 iphones. Note though that if you use the same AppleID for iCloud, iMessage, FaceTime then you are using a single account for those services. All devices using that AppleID share all messages, conversations, iCloud emails, contacts, calendars, phone logs etc.
Why can’t my family see my Apple music?
Check your settings to make sure that you’re signed in everywhere with the same Apple ID, including Family Sharing and purchase sharing. Then ask your family members to check their settings too.