If you have a bought a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 7 and want to use your new iCloud Apple ID instead of the old one, you might be confused right now because when you signup in the new iPhones, you will see your old iCloud Apple ID. This problem has resulted in iPhone asking for wrong Apple ID or iCloud ID. Many users say that their new iPhone 6 or iPhone 7 keeps asking for password. But you can change the iCloud Apple ID and add a new one easily. This will fix all of these problems.
Change iCloud, Apple ID to a New One in iPhone 6, 7
You will have to sign out from the old iCloud id. In order to sign out, just go to settings in your iPhone and then head over to iCloud and then scroll down to the bottom. You will see an option to sign out. Press this and you will be signed out of your old iCloud Apple ID. You can now add new iCloud ID and sign in with us. But you will need to have the password and ID details in order to do so.
Some users complain that they are asked to enter iCloud password after every 30 minutes. You need to rememeber that you can sign in using new iCloud or Apple ID in iPhone 6 or iPhone 7 but you cannot sign in without a password. You can sign out from your old Apple ID in new iPhone 6 without needing your password.
Here is an easy process of changing your Apple ID.
Sign out of your current Apple ID. Make sure to sign out from all the services (email, iMessages etc). You can use the settings option as I explained above. That option lets you sign out of your Apple ID as a whole.
Now click on this page to open the Apple ID page.
Go to Account Selection and click Edit. Now under Apple ID, you will see an option to change your email address. Click and you will be asked to enter answers to your security questions.
Now enter the email ID that you wish to use as your Apple ID. You will receive a verification code. Verify it and you will get your new Apple ID.
This is how to fix iPhone 6, iPhone 7 asking for wrong Apple iCloud ID. Using the above method, you can change iCloud, Apple ID to a New One in new iPhones.