What happens if I use the same Apple ID on two iPads?

If you use your Apple ID on multiple devices, your iCloud storage space of 5GB will be used for all devices. Using one Apple ID can be used to sync data between the devices, using iCloud and the various options like calendars, photos, contacts etc. Each device will have it’s own backup in iCloud.

How do I set up two iPads on the same account?

How to Manage Multiple iOS Devices While Sharing One Apple ID

  1. The need to manage multiple iOS devices is a common occurrence when family members share the same Apple ID.
  2. Enter the shared Apple ID and password.
  3. To avoid all downloads going to all your devices, turn off Automatic Downloads.
  4. Keeping Personal Data Separate.

How many iPads can use the same Apple ID?

10 iPads
You can use one Apple ID with as many iPads as you like, simply by connecting them all to a Mac or PC using iTunes. Up to 10 iPads can also be managed using the automatic download (Settings App then App Store).

How do I separate two devices with the same Apple ID?

Short answer is you can’t have both. By sharing an Apple ID, you are the same person using 2 different devices. Your phones are behaving as designed.

How many Apple devices can I have on one account?

ten devices
More about associated devices You can have ten devices (no more than five computers) associated with your Apple ID for purchases at one time. When you try to associate a device that was previously associated, you might see a message that says, “This device is associated with another Apple ID.

How many devices can be on the same Apple ID?

More about associated devices You can have ten devices (no more than five computers) associated with your Apple ID for purchases at one time.

Can you have two iPads with the same email address?

No, your Apple ID email/password combination will be the same everywhere – on your iOS devices, computers, and online. You can use it on as many devices as you would like and it will always work just fine – regardless of the device.

What can you do with 2 iPads?

10 Ways to Reuse an Old iPad

  1. Turn your Old iPad into a Dashcam.
  2. Turn it into a Security Camera.
  3. Make a Digital Picture Frame.
  4. Extend Your Mac or PC Monitor.
  5. Run a Dedicated Media Server.
  6. Play with Your Pets.
  7. Install the Old iPad in Your Kitchen.
  8. Create a Dedicated Smart Home Controller.

Can a person have 2 Apple IDs?

Answer: A: You can create 2 Apple IDs to do that. That will keep your work related information separate from your personal information. There shouldn’t be any complications from using two Apple IDs unless you need to share data between the two IDs.

Should I have different Apple ID for each device?

We recommend that you use the same Apple ID for all Apple services on your device—including the iTunes & App Stores and iCloud. Using multiple Apple IDs might be confusing and cause issues with accessing purchased content or using some services. If you have multiple Apple IDs, you can’t merge them.

Should I use the same Apple ID for multiple devices?

Can you use the same Apple ID on two different devices?

Just a note if you use the same icloud apple id as well, both devices will recieve the imessages and facetime calls. Hope that helps! Yes, you can. Yes you can definitely use the same Apple ID regardless of how many apple devices you have.

What should I do if I have two iPads at same time?

You might want to consider setting up family sharing as well. Settings > iTunes & App store, disable the automatic downloads of apps & anything else you want to manually add. You should be able to delete apps without effecting the other device.

Can a family member have the same Apple ID?

Keep in mind that all your family members sharing the same ID had better set up their own individual Apple ID on their iDevice to keep their private files separate. Now everything that is connected to iCloud including contacts, FaceTime, messaging, etc. will only be yours to see.

Can you delete apps from the same iPad?

You should be able to delete apps without effecting the other device. If you are certain you want some separation you could create a new Apple ID for the kids iPad, however that can cause them to lose game progress & probably require you to purchase apps again, otherwise you risk merging the data again if you use the same ID.