Your question: How do I create an Apple ID for a child without family sharing?

Why can’t I create a child account on Apple?

You cannot set up an Apple ID for a child if the card on file is a debit card. It must be an actual credit card. If you have access to a credit card: Login to iTunes and change you payment method to the credit card.

How do I separate my Apple ID from Family Sharing?

Go to appleid.apple.com and sign in with the Apple ID and password for the account you want to remove. In the Family Sharing section, choose Remove Account > Remove. After you leave the family group, you can start your own family group or join another one.

Should my child have their own Apple ID?

Everyone should have their own Apple ID, so don’t share your Apple ID with your child. If your child uses your Apple ID, your child will have access to all your personal content, including text messages and photos.

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Does my child need an email address for Apple ID?

Did you know that parents can create an Apple ID for kids under the age of 13? This allows the child to be a part of the Apple Family Sharing plan. It’s easy to make a new Apple ID for a child, though the process is somewhat lengthy, and you’ll need to make sure your child has their own email address.

How do I create an Apple ID for my child?

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap your name.
  3. Tap Family Sharing, then tap Add Member.
  4. Tap Create an Account for a Child, then tap Continue.
  5. Follow the onscreen instructions to finish setting up the account. You can use the child’s email address for their Apple ID.

How do I separate two devices with the same Apple ID?

Short answer is you can’t have both. By sharing an Apple ID, you are the same person using 2 different devices. Your phones are behaving as designed. If you don’t want to create a new Apple ID, what you can do on the phones will be limited.

How do I create a new Apple ID when I already have one?

Create an Apple ID on another device

  1. Go to appleid.apple.com and click Create Your Apple ID.
  2. Follow the onscreen steps. …
  3. Enter a phone number that you can always access.
  4. Check the boxes to subscribe to Apple Updates if you’d like. …
  5. Click Continue.
  6. Follow the onscreen steps to verify your email address and phone number.

How do I separate my daughters iPhone from mine?

On his phone go to Settings>iCloud and turn all data that is syncing with iCloud (contacts, calendars, etc.) to Off. When prompted choose to keep the data on the iPhone. After everything is turned off, scroll to the bottom and tap Delete Account.

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Can child Apple ID be Gmail?

Create Child Apple ID with Gmail as login ID (or any other non iCloud email) If you want to create an Apple ID for a child under 13 years old you have to do it on your own Apple device in Family Sharing.

What restrictions does a child Apple ID have?

Follow these steps:

  • Go to Settings and tap Screen Time.
  • Tap Content & Privacy Restrictions and enter your Screen Time passcode.
  • Tap Content Restrictions, then tap Web Content.
  • Choose Unrestricted Access, Limit Adult Websites, or Allowed Websites Only.

Can I use a Gmail account for Apple ID?

Yes, Gmail works fine for Apple ID purposes. Basically, any email that you own, and are guaranteed to have access to for at least a few years is good to use to create an Apple ID. Just don’t use temporary email addresses, since you’ll have problems in the future.

Can I create an Apple ID with a Gmail account?

You can use any email address for a new Apple ID. You can also change an existing Apple ID from one third-party address to another, like from @hotmail.com to @gmail.com.

Can you create an Apple ID without an Apple device?

On your PC computer, Android device, or non-Apple tablet; launch your favorite web browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox etc). Now, head over to the Apple ID page: http://appleid.apple.com/. Next, click the “Create Your Apple ID” link.