Apple has just released a new support document that walks users through the process of accepting the terms and conditions of using iCloud with an Apple TV even if they do not own an iPhone or iPad.
Customers who do not have an iPhone that is capable of running iOS 16 or later or an iPad that is capable of running iPadOS 16 or later are able, according to Apple, to accept the new terms and conditions on the iCloud.com website. The following procedures are outlined in the supporting document:
1. To begin, head on over to iCloud.com and then log in using your Apple ID.
2. If necessary, follow the on-screen prompts to review and make changes to the settings for your account.
3. Read the Terms and Conditions of iCloud and click the Accept button.
Chris Koch, a Google employee, stated a month ago that he was unable to accept the new terms and conditions for iCloud on his Apple TV because he did not own an iPhone, iPad, or any other Apple device. This prevented him from accepting the terms and conditions.
He mentioned that during that time he attempted to sign into iCloud.com, but he claimed that he was not prompted to accept any new terms and conditions while he was on the website.
After Koch’s tweet received almost one million views, Apple obviously felt it was necessary to address this issue in a support document, despite the fact that the workaround itself is rather straightforward.
Koch said in a subsequent tweet that after signing out of his Apple ID account under Settings > Users and Accounts > [Name] > iCloud and then signing back in, he was prompted to accept the new terms and conditions of iCloud directly on his Apple TV, without the need for any other device. Koch said this happened after he signed out of his Apple ID account under Settings > Users and Accounts > iCloud.
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