How to Reset Your Apple ID Password on Safari?

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Are you having trouble with your Apple ID and resetting it on Safari? Don’t worry, this blog post will provide you with all the information you need to reset your Apple ID password on Safari.

First, let’s start by understanding what an Apple ID is. An Apple ID is a unique identifier that allows you to access Apple services such as iCloud, the App Store, and iTunes. It also allows you to make purchases from these services.

Now that we understand what an Apple ID is, let’s talk about how to reset it on Safari. The process of resetting your Apple ID password on Safari is quite simple and straightforward.

First, launch the Safari app on your Mac or iOS device. Then, go to and log in with your existing Apple ID credentials. Once logged in, select the “Password” option from the Sign-In & Security section located at the top right of the page. Here, enter your current password followed by a new password and confirm it by re-entering it again in the next field provided. Once done, click “Save” and you’re all set!

If you’ve forgotten your current password or can’t access any of your devices to make changes to your account settings, don’t worry – there are other ways to reset your Apple ID password instead:

1) Using another iOS device: If you have access to another iOS device such as an iPhone or iPad, then ask its owner to download the Apple Support app first. Under Topic tap Passwords & Security and select Reset Apple ID Password followed by following the onscreen instructions for resetting your password;

2) Using your Mac: If you’re using a Mac computer then go ahead and open up System Preferences from under the? the menu at the top left of the screen, then click “Name Phone Email” option located within “Your name” section at the top right side of the window that opens up next; here click the Change Password option which will allow you to reset/change both username and password for accessing iCloud services, etc;

3) Contacting Customer Support: If all else fails then contact Customer Support directly either through phone or email – they should be able to help out in no time!

We hope this blog post helped provide some insight into how to reset/change your Apple ID password on Safari! If there were any other tips-related topics we missed out please do let us know in the comments below so we can include those too – thanks for reading!

Resetting Apple ID Password From a Browser

First, you’ll need to open a web browser and go to Once you’re there, sign in with your existing Apple ID credentials.

Once signed in, head to the Sign-In and Security section. Here you’ll find the option to reset your password. Click on the Password option and then enter your current password followed by your new desired password twice for confirmation purposes.

If you’ve forgotten your current password, select the Change Password option instead of Password. Enter the required information on the next page and then follow the instructions provided to reset it.

Once you’ve entered a new password or successfully reset it, click Save Changes and that’s all there is to it! Your Apple ID password has now been reset from your browser.

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Changing Apple ID on Safari

To change your Apple ID on Safari, you’ll need to access your System Settings. To do this, choose Apple menu > System Settings, then click [your name] at the top of the sidebar. On the right side of the window, click Name, Phone, Email. You can then enter your new Apple ID or create a new one if you don’t already have one. Once you’ve done that, select Sign in with your Apple ID and enter your new credentials to save them, and apply them to Safari.

Resetting Apple ID Password Without Apple App

If you need to reset your Apple ID password without the Apple App, you can do so by visiting the Apple ID website at Once there, click “Forgot Apple ID or Password.” You will then be prompted to enter your Apple ID and select an option that best describes your situation. Depending on the option you choose, you may be asked to answer security questions or receive a verification code sent to one of your trusted devices or associated email addresses. After verifying your identity, you can then create a new password for your Apple ID account.

Resetting Apple ID Password Without a Phone

Yes, you can reset your Apple ID password without your phone. You can do this using a trusted device or another computer with the same Apple ID you use on your phone. If you don’t have access to either of these, you can reset your password at or by calling Apple Support. When prompted, answer security questions to verify your identity and create a new password. Additionally, you can use the Apple Support app on a friend or family member’s iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to reset your Apple ID password. Ask the device owner to download the Apple Support app first and then follow the steps under Topic > Passwords & Security > Reset Apple ID Password.

Resetting an Apple ID Password

1. Reset your Apple ID password in Settings: If you’re already signed into your Apple ID on the device, you can go to Settings > [Your Name] > Password & Security and select Change Password to reset your Apple ID password.

2. Use iForgot: If you can’t access your device, you can use the iForgot feature on the Apple website to reset your password. Visit and enter the email address associated with your Apple ID to begin the process.

3. Ask a friend for help: If you don’t have access to a trusted device or your recovery email address, a friend who has an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or iPod touch can help by using their device to reset your password. They’ll need to open Settings > [Your Name] > Password & Security and select Forgot Apple ID Password or Forgot Password depending on which type of account they have.

Resetting Apple ID Password Without Access To Trusted Phone Number

If you have forgotten your Apple ID password and do not have access to the trusted phone number associated with your account, you can reset your password using your Recovery Key. To do this, go to your Apple ID account page and enter your Apple ID and password. On the Verify Your Identity screen, select “Can’t access your trusted devices?” In the pop-up window, enter your Recovery Key. After entering the correct Recovery Key, you will be able to reset your password. You can also use two-factor authentication to regain access to your account if you have lost or cannot access the trusted device or phone number associated with it.


In conclusion, Apple ID is an important tool that helps protect your identity and data on Apple products and services. It is a secure way to access iCloud, the App Store, iTunes, and other Apple services. To keep your data safe, it’s important to use strong passwords and keep them confidential. You can also set up two-factor authentication to enhance security even further. With an Apple ID, you can access all the features of your Apple products in a secure environment and be sure that your personal information is protected.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.