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How to Change the Phone Number Linked to Apple ID in Minutes?

Change Phone Number on Apple Id: Changing the phone number linked to your Apple ID is a very simple task. You may have noticed that by default the number linked to your Apple ID is the one you are currently using with your iPhone. This is because the Apple ID identifies your iPhone as a ‘Trusted Device’. If you want to change the number linked with your Apple ID, then you have come to the right place because today we are going to tell you how you can change the phone number linked to Apple ID in minutes.

Change the phone number linked to your Apple ID using your iPhone

Step 1: Go to Settings on your iPhone and tap on the top banner which contains your name.
Step 2: Select Password & Security.
Step 3: Scroll down to ‘Trusted Phone Number’ and tap on ‘Edit’.
Step 4: Select the ‘Minus’ icon next to the number you want to delete and tap ‘Delete’.
Step 5: ‘Add a trusted phone number.’ Tap on
Step 6: You will be prompted to enter your device code. After that, enter the phone number you want to link to your Apple ID.
Step 7: Verify the phone number using text message or phone call. Your Apple ID phone number will be changed once it is verified.

Change the phone number linked to your Apple ID using a web browser

Step 1: On your web browser https://appleid.apple.com/ Go to and sign in to your AppleID account.
Step 2: Go to ‘Sign-in & Security’ and click on ‘Account Security.’
Step 3: Next to the ‘Trusted phone number’ section, click on the plus icon.
Step 4: Add the number you want to link to your Apple ID. Verify the number using text message or phone call.
Step 5: Once the number is verified, it will be linked to your Apple ID. Now you can delete the already linked number by clicking on the minus icon next to it.

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