How to create an iCloud email account linked to a registered Apple ID
There are many email clients on the market, so it can be difficult to choose which one is right for you. An iCloud email address might be right for you if you are committed to Apple and don’t mind data being sold to advertisers or third parties.
This account is free and connected to your Apple ID. It is also included in the 5GB of data that you are allowed. Your iCloud email account is for personal use only. It has all the same features as other email clients. Sending limits to safeguard your account from spamming while you’re granted access to the account using the Apple Mail app or visiting the iCloud website.
Your Apple ID links all of your Apple devices. The Apple App Store, iMessage, and FaceTime are also linked to your iCloud address. To receive updates on your product purchases (apps, music, movies, and books), you can attach payment and shipping information.
However, just because you have an Apple ID does not mean that you have an iCloud address. It will be necessary to create it after you have set up your new Apple ID. You can create an iCloud account by registering with an email that ends in “@icloud.com” when you set up your Apple ID.
This article will show you how to create an iCloud Email with an Apple ID.
How to create an iCloud mail on a Mac using an existing Apple ID
1.Click the Apple icon at the top-left corner on your Mac’s screen.
3.Select “Internet Accounts”
4.In the left sidebar, select “iCloud”.
5.When prompted, enter your Apple ID password.
6.Click the box to the right of “Email”
7.Enter your desired iCloud email account.
10.If you don’t have one, get one. Apple follows the steps to set one up using the App Store’s sign-in option.
How to create an iCloud Email on your iPhone using an Apple ID
1.Open the Settings app.
2.Tap on your name.
4.To prompt a popup message, toggle on the “Mail” option.
5.In the pop-up window, select “Create”.
6.Enter your desired name before “@icloud.com.”
8.Confirm your decision.