Control your data on Apple after death.. How do you determine...

Control your data on Apple after death.. How do you determine...
Control your data on Apple after death.. How do you determine...
If you’re the only one who knows your passwords, if you die, your accounts will be locked forever. Both Google and offer features for users to “inherit” accounts after death, and Apple recently introduced this feature as well.

According to the newspaper,business insider‘, allows you to program Digital Legacy From Apple assign up to five contacts who can inherit your Apple ID and all its data upon death.

They will need to accept the invitation and provide evidence once you die, and they will have full access to your Apple ID passwords, photos, documents and text messages.

How to set up Apple’s Digital Legacy

You should make sure to update iPhone or iPad or Mac Completely, they’ll need to run iOS 15.2 or iPad 15.2 or macOS Monterey 12.1 at least.

Follow these steps on a device iPhone or iPadOpen the “Settings” application and click on your name at the top of the page, and in the Apple ID list, click on Password and Security, then Old Contact. Mac On your device, open the System Preferences app and tap on your Apple ID in the top-right corner.

Also, in the Apple ID menu, tap Password & Security in the left sidebar, then Legacy ContactOnce you’re on your old contacts page:

1. Tap the blue Add Old Contact option, and it will give you a quick summary of how the system works Legacy Contact.

2. Choose someone from your contacts list or Family Sharing group to invite as an old contact. If they have multiple phone numbers, you’ll need to choose one. You can also choose anyone who doesn’t have to have an Apple product.

3. Press Continue, then choose how you want to save the Access Key, the access key is very important once you die, the contact will need it to access your account, depending on the contact you chose, you can either print a picture of the key or send it in a message textual.

4. Once you have added the contact and saved the access key, tap Done.

You can view all of your access keys by opening your old contacts list and tapping on one of your contacts’ names, and this is where you can stop their access as well.

If you add someone who has their own Apple ID account, they will be able to find the access key by going to their old contacts list on their own device.

How to get access to someone’s Apple ID after they die

You will need your personal access key and death certificate.

1. Head to the site Apple’s Digital Legacy and tap Request access.

2. Sign in to your personal Apple ID account or create a new one.

3. Type the first 32 characters of your personal access key and press Continue.

4. On the Deceased Account Access Request page, click Continue and upload a copy of your contact’s death certificate, all four edges of the page should be visible, as well as all text.

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