How much you will get excited at the time of Logging into the iCloud Account? The same excitement and importance should be given at the time of performing this process. Yeah! it is equally important to delete iCloud on Mac. Above all, iCloud is the cloud-based service for Apple Devices.
It will help the users to store data from the Apple Devices they use. However, iCloud contains the data of Apple Mail, Apple Calendar, Apple Photos, Contacts, Backups, Files, and so on. If you have two or more Apple Devices, the iCloud Storage will store all the data from various devices. At that time, you have to remove it from your device to avoid Storage related issues.
How to Delete iCloud on Mac?
As we said before, you have to delete the iCloud Account that is commonly synced with your Apple Account on various devices. To be frank, it is impossible to delete the iCloud Account from your Mac device on your own. Make use of the below section to remove the iCloud from the synced devices.
Remove iCloud Account from All Devices
So, follow the instructions carefully. Initially, let us remove the devices that are synced with the same iCloud Account.
To begin the process, launch the Safari Browser on your Mac Device.
After that, search and launch the iCloud.com web page on your browser.
Then, enter your Apple ID and Password to open the iCloud account.
Now, tap on the Settings option and click on the My Devices icon.
There you can find the list of devices that are connected to your iCloud Account.
Further, click on the X button to remove the devices from your account.
Meanwhile, Scroll down to the bottom of your screen and select the Main Settings option.
From there, you have to select the Sign Out of All Browsers option.
Deactivate iCloud Account on Mac
Consequently, save the data you need and then deactivate your iCloud Account on Mac using the below procedure.
Firstly, launch the System Preferences section from the Settings tab.
Then, select the iCloud option and tap on the Sign-out option.
Suddenly, a pop-up window will appear asking the data to be saved from your iCloud account.
After that, select the Services or Apps that you want to save from your Account.
Now, tap on the Save option and proceed with the Deactivation process.
That’s all, finally, your iCloud Account will be successfully removed from your Mac Device.
I hope now you have got the complete procedure to deactivate your iCloud on your Mac device. Of course, your iCloud Account uses your Apple ID. If you make slight changes, this may also lead your Apple ID to disappear. So, be careful while performing these steps. Further, you can contact Apple Customer Support.