When creating an Apple ID account, users often encounter problems filling out the registration form, especially in terms of entering a password and confirming it. In order to dispel all doubts about the password, we decided to tell you what password you need to enter when registering an account in iTunes or iPhone, and which one should not be entered.
Now let’s start, in order, as we already know, to register a new Apple ID account using a computer or using the device itself, whether it is an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
If the user creates an account using a computer with iTunes installed, then when visiting the registration section “Provide Apple ID Details”(In earlier versions, the section was called”Create iTunes Store Account») The program prevents the continuation of registration by referring to an incorrectly entered password, although the password would seem to be entered correctly.
The same situation is possible when registering an Apple ID using a gadget. In our case, the iPhone does not accept the password, highlighting the registration fields in red.
“TWhat password does this iTunes need to complete Apple ID registration?”- the tortured user will say. In fact, everything is simple, the password must meet certain requirements:
- Password must not be less than 8 characters
- Password must contain numbers (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)
- Password must contain small letters (lowercase, lowercase)
- Password must contain BIG LETTERS (CAPITALS, UPPER REGISTER)
- When creating a password, do not use the same characters
When creating a password, do not use the passwords used previously, do not use a password from mail and other services. Capitalize the password. Write your username and password in a notebook, so as not to forget.
Uppercase password for your iPhone
It happens that the owner of the iPhone, in the process of inventing his password for Apple ID, is faced with a request to enter a capital letter and gets stuck at this stage. Here everything is just a capital letter, this is a capital letter, it is also sometimes called a capital letter. To enable a capital (capital) letter, press the button with the image of an “up arrow”, which is located on the left side of the iOS virtual keyboard, its visual location can be seen here. “iPhone Keyboard Overview”. In general, if the iPhone asks for a capital letter, then use both small and large letters in the password and this message will stop bothering you.
Do not forget that the Apple ID, Apple account, iTunes account are all the same.
Have a nice registration!