Question: Q: why is my ipad and phone linked Answer: A: Answer: A: Do you have iCloud enabled on both devices? You can go into the settings, apple ID and then turn off items to sync, such as your contacts, etc.
Likewise, how do I disconnect my daughters iPad from my iPhone? Go into Settings > iCloud and tap on your name. Once you've signed in, you will see devices as an option. Here you will see all the Apple devices you've signed into (if you have more than one activated). If you want to disconnect a phone from your account, tap on it and tap on remove from account.
Whence, how do I unlink my iPad?
Remove your associated iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
Tap Settings, tap your name, then tap Media & Purchases.
Tap on the account and select view my account. You can view the list of connected devices under iTunes in the Cloud after selecting manage devices. Choose the iPhone you want to unsync and tap on remove. Click the Done button to complete the process.
Because he is sharing an Apple ID with you. Apple IDs are intended to be personal, and shouldn't be shared any more than you would share a toothbrush. How do I get him on his own ID? The same way you setup your Apple ID and password.
Here are the steps to disable and enable safari sync for iCloud: Open up the Settings app on the iPhone/iPad. Tap on Signed-in Apple ID and select the iCloud. To disable the sync, simply toggle OFF the Safari option.
Tap on Settings > iCloud > Delete Account (only deletes it from this device, not from iCloud; the person keeping the current account will not be affected,) provide the password to turn off Find My Phone and choose to Keep on My iDevice when prompted. Sign in with a different Apple ID to create your new account.
Hi, Yes you can definitely use the same Apple ID regardless of how many apple devices you have. This way you can install the apps that you have already purchased. Just a note if you use the same icloud apple id as well, both devices will recieve the imessages and facetime calls.
From the iCloud Control Panel menu within Settings (shown in Figure 1), turn off the virtual switches associated with Safari and Keychain. This will prevent your iPhone or iPad from remembering usernames, passwords, and credit card payment details related to the websites you visit.
The only way to stop it with a shared account would be to either turn on private browsing (which prevents open tabs from being synced but also disables your browsing history) or turn off Safari syncing in Settings>iCloud (which also stops syncing your bookmarks using iCloud).
When you're logged into the same iCloud account from multiple Apple devices, iCloud will sync your Safari browsing history across the devices. Sometimes, however, your devices can get out of sync and waiting around for iCloud to catch up can be frustrating.