icloud-accont-management: Enlarge ImageThe ability to manage devices currently signed in to your iCloud account is possible through iCloud.com, but did you know you can also do the same thing using an iOS device?
When viewing a list of devices currently linked to your account, you can remove a device from your account with just a few taps. Once a device running iOS 9 or OS X El Capitan is removed from your account, all Apple services (i.e., iMessage, FaceTime, etc.) will stop working until you sign back in to your iCloud account login on that device. It’s a feature sure to come in handy should you sell a device and forget to logout (hey, it happens), or have a device stolen from you.
This works differently than Apple’s Find My iPhone service, which allows you to place a device in lost mode or completely erase all information from the device.
Additionally, the iCloud settings pane will allow you to remotely remove all Apple Pay cards set up on a device.
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