You can reset your Apple ID password on any iOS device, here’s how:

  1. On a trusted iOS device, such as iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings.
  2. Tap on your name, then select Password & Security.
  3. If you are signed into iCloud and have passcode enabled, you will be asked to enter the passcode for your device. Simply follow the onscreen instructions to update your password.
  4. Tap Change Password to complete the process.

Alternatively, you can change your Apple ID password on a Mac Computer. Here’s how on a Mac computer with macOS Catalina:

  1. Open Apple Menu.
  2. Select System Preferences, then choose the Apple ID you wish to reset.
  3. Click Password & Security, then select Forgot Apple ID or Password. A pop up will appear and ask you to change your password, you can now skip to Step 4. If you don’t see this pop up, simply click Change Password on the screen then go to the next step.
  4. Enter the password you used to unlock your Mac computer. You can then create a new Apple ID password.

On a Mac computer with macOS Mojave, High Sierra, or Sierra:

  1. Open Apple Menu, select System Preferences, then choose iCloud.
  2. Select Account Details.
  3. A pop up will ask you to enter your Apple ID password, simply click Forgot Apple ID or password and follow the onscreen instructions. You can now skip to Step 4. If you don’t see a pop up, then click Security, next click Reset Password or Change Password.
  4. Enter the password you used to unlock your Mac computer. You can then create a new Apple ID password.

I have no access to any one of my devices to reset my Apple ID password, what do I do?

You can try asking a friend or a family member to use their device to reset your Apple ID password. On another device, you can use the Apple Support app or the Find My iPhone app to reset your password. If you need additional help, please visit Apple’s support website.