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Can’t sign into iCloud on Mac

I am unable to sign into iCloud on my Mac device. Can you guys provide me the steps to fix this problem? Please reply.


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  1. Quit Every App and Shut Down Your Mac. This simple solution can be a quick and easy way to fix …
    Change the Date and Time. Take a look at the date and time in the top-right corner of your Mac …
    Check Apple’s iCloud System Status. It’s possible your Mac can’t connect to iCloud because Apple’s …
    Check Your Apple ID Details. Make sure you’re using the correct Apple ID username and password …

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  2. If you can’t sign in to iCloud after updating macOS, it’s possible the update caused a problem with your Keychain. A potential solution is to remove all the passwords from your Keychain folder. The next time you sign in to iCloud, your Mac must depend on the password you enter without defaulting to whatever’s in the Keychain.

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  3. It seems many can’t log into iCloud on either Mac or Windows. Some users say they are getting stuck in a sign-in loop. Apple iCloud users are

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  4. Usually, it means that your device is not allowing you to connect to Apple’s iCloud verification servers. Most of the time, this problem occurs because of issues that are not related to your Apple ID. Here is how you can try fixing the problem on your own.

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  5. How to enable iCloud Drive on your Mac
    Click on the Apple menu icon in the upper left corner of your Mac.
    Click on System Preferences.
    Click on iCloud.
    Tick the box for iCloud Drive to enable it.

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  6. Go to the  Apple menu and open System Preferences, then choose iCloud. Select to “Sign Out”. Reboot the Mac as usual. Once the Mac has booted back up again, return to the iCloud preference panel, and login to the Apple ID as usual

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  7. Sign in on your Mac
    iCloud. Go to System Preferences > iCloud. Enter your Apple ID and password. …
    iTunes. Go to iTunes > Account > Sign In. Enter your Apple ID and password. …
    iMessage. Go to Messages > Preferences > Accounts. Enter your Apple ID and password.
    FaceTime. Open FaceTime and enter your Apple ID and password.

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