Step (1): First of all, press the Home button on your iPhone which will open home screen of your iPhone. Step (3): Once Settings are opened on your iPhone, you have to scroll down and tap on the iCloud button.
Step (4): After successfully logged out from your iCloud account, you have to select Create a new Apple ID option (located at the bottom of the screen). Step (11): Now to secure your iCloud account, you have to select three Security Questions and enter the answers to those questions. Step (12): If you want to stay updated with the latest Apple news, simply turn ON the Apple News button and then select the Next button present on the upper top right corner of your screen.

So, this is the most simple method which you can follow in order to create a free aiCloud email address. You can easily create icloud email address and save it on your iPhone which will create the backup of all the photos and important data which is present on your device. The process to create an icloud email address is a bit different and new users might find it a bit complex. If you are logged in with any iCloud account you need to log out as then only you will be able to create an icloud email address.
Make sure that you enter right details as it will help you in setting all the services correctly.

Make sure that the password you are selecting is strong and is of eight characters at least and has a lower case, upper case letters along with some number. If you are having any doubts or problems during the process of creating iCloud email address, let us know using the comments section below and we will be happy to answer your queries.

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