How do I create a Mac com email account?

Access the “My Apple ID” page on Apple.com. Choose your “Apple ID.” This is the part of the email address that comes before @mac.com. Fill in the remainder of the form, including your desired password and security question. The form will also request your birthday, name, current email address, preferred language, etc.

Can you create an @ME email?

If you set up iCloud using an Apple ID that does not end with @icloud.com, you must create an @icloud.com email address on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac before you can use iCloud Mail.

Can I use Gmail for Apple ID?

Originally Answered: Can Gmail be used for Apple ID? Yes it can. You can use your existing email address if you wish and do not need to setup icloud email account.

What do Apple emails end with?

Depending on when you created your iCloud account, your iCloud email addresses and aliases may end with @icloud.com, @me.com, or @mac.com domains. Learn how these email addresses are granted.

How do I login to my email account?

Which email service is the best?

Gmail

Are emails from Apple ID fake?

Gmail is the overall best email service. Outlook is good for multiple app integrations. Yahoo has good spam blocking capabilities. Zoho Mail is the best option for home businesses. AOL provides unlimited storage.

Does Apple have its own email?

Any legitimate email related to your Apple ID account will always come from appleid@id.apple.com. In addition, emails from Apple will never ask you to disclose your Apple ID password, Social Security number, your mother’s maiden name, your full credit card number, or your credit or debit card’s CCV security code.

Why can’t I use my email for Apple ID?

Apple’s email tools are part of the iCloud suite, which is built into the macOS operating system. Mac users can create and manage their account via System Preferences and view emails through the native Mail application.

How can I tell if someone is using my Apple ID?

What else could a hacker do with your Apple account? Alternatively, once a hacker has access to your Apple ID, they can use this to login to your account and access the information in the same way that you would. They could: Read your emails and even send emails from your account if you have an iCloud address.

What is an example of an Apple ID?

See where you’re signed in
  1. Tap Settings > [your name], then scroll down.
  2. Tap any device name to view that device’s information, such as the device model, serial number, OS version, and whether the device is trusted and can be used to receive Apple ID verification codes.

What can hackers do with Apple ID?

It consists of an email address (for example, michael_cavanna@icloud.com) and a password. Apple recommends you use the same Apple ID for all Apple services. For more information about Apple ID, see the Apple ID Support website.

What do I do if someone else is using my Apple ID?

For example, with access to your Apple ID, a hacker can track your location, remotely wipe all of your devices, intercept your iMessages, SMS messages, and even FaceTime calls, potentially reset other passwords, and access almost anything that’s stored in your iCloud Backups, including call history, web browsing

Can an iPhone get a virus?

Gain control of your Apple ID

Change your Apple ID password and choose a strong password. Review all the personal and security information in your account. Update any information that isn’t correct or that you don’t recognize, including: Your name.

Should you stay signed in to Apple ID?

Fortunately for Apple fans, iPhone viruses are extremely rare, but not unheard of. While generally secure, one of the ways iPhones may become vulnerable to viruses is when they are ‘jailbroken’. The backstreet practice of jailbreaking iPhones gives users more control of the operating system.

Is Apple ID and password the same?

If your iPhone backs everything up to your iCloud account, then someone can spy on your activity by accessing your iCloud account from any web browser. They would need your Apple ID username and password in order to do this, so if you know that a third party has that information, there are a few steps you should take.

Why log out is important?

Apple ID password is the same thing as the iCloud password. The following two links should help you. See this first — What to do after you change your Apple ID email address or password – Apple Support. Apple ID password is the same thing as the iCloud password.