By Glenn Fleishman

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iCloud.com, iOS, and OS X all show you the devices associated with your Apple ID, and let you remove them from the account.

Dan Mills asked via Twitter about iOS and text forwarding:

Do you know how to clear out old devices that I no longer have from the text forwarding screen?

You’d think this would be straightforward, no? I started by giving him my off-the-top-of-my-head advice: You can remove devices from your Apple ID account in one of three places:

  • At iCloud.com (click the Settings icon, then any of your devices, then an “X” next to the device)
  • The OS X iCloud preference pane (click Account Details, then Devices, select a device, and click Remove from Account)
  • In Settings > iCloud (tap the account name, then devices, then tap the device, and finally tap Remove from Account)

iCloud.com, iOS, and OS X all show you the devices associated with your Apple ID, and let you remove them from the account.

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