You asked: How do I contact Apple about my Apple ID?

Who do I call for problems with Apple ID?

Their main phone number is 1-800-275-2273. This should be the first number you call for nearly any issue.

Is there a phone number for Apple ID support?

How to Call Apple Customer Support by Phone. You can contact Apple’s customer support by calling 1-800-275-2273 in the United States.

How do I email Apple customer support?

Apple has no published email address for Customer Service. Apple handles most issue, technical and customer service, only via telephone or in-person at an Apple Store. As Miriam suggested, you can call Customer Relations if you have an issue that you can’t resolve in another way.

Can you live chat with Apple?

Live chat allows you to use instant / live (real-time) messaging to contact Apple’s support team via its website. Apple’s live chat offers faster response times, much faster than emails. In fact, a lot of users prefer chat assistance over emails and phone calls.

How can I get Apple support?

Call us at 1-800-MY-APPLE or visit support.

Does Apple have email?

With Mail on iCloud.com, you can send and receive email from your iCloud Mail account using a web browser. Before you can use Mail on iCloud.com, you need to set up an iCloud Mail address on your Apple device. … See Create a primary email address for iCloud Mail.

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How do I ask Apple a question?

On apple.com, you can find Questions & Answers (Q&A) that let you share your knowledge and get help from other Apple customers on the products we offer.

What is the Apple email called?

Apple Mail (officially known as simply Mail) is an email client included by Apple Inc. with its operating systems macOS, iOS, iPadOS and watchOS.

Is Apple chat support free?

Currently, customers can use Apple Support’s online chat feature at no cost to receive technical support on out-of-warranty products that are not covered by AppleCare, but the new rules would bring chat support under the same umbrella as Apple’s phone support, which does carry fees for products with expired warranty …