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How to quickly change your account picture on

It's no doubt been a while since you set up your iCloud account so why not change your profile picture to match the new you? Here's how to do it...

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iCloud is brilliant because it makes it so simple to keep all your devices up to date with your latest data, whether it’s contacts on your iPhone, calendars on your Mac or Reminders on your iPad.
You can view all of these through the iCloud website, but there are a lot of other features on the site that aren’t immediately visible if you haven’t had a good look under the surface. One of these seemingly hidden features is the ability to change your iCloud identification photo. This is not only the photo that is displayed on your contact card in the Address Book of all your devices, but it will also be the snapshot that will be shown when you first switch on your Mac and see the login screen. It’s possible that you don’t even have a photo uploaded for the iCloud sync, or you may just want to update your shot to a more recent image. Either way, you can do this by following our simple two-step guide.

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Step 1: iCloud login

Head over to and log in using your iCloud credentials. Once you’ve logged in, click on your name in the top-right corner of the screen to bring up your iCloud options in an iOS-themed window.

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Step 2: Select a picture

Click on the Edit button on your photo and then click Choose to select a new image. When you’ve uploaded it to iCloud, you can resize and move the image to get it in the right place; then click Done to save.