Hello Herbie, When you say “complete reset” what exactly do you mean? The iPhone 8 contains lots of Apps and data which will be useful to my relative. For example my navigation and Books Apps and my list of contacts and my calendar. I do not want to reset the iPhone 8 to factory settings as I would then have to reload all these Apps and recreate all the data. That looks like a lot of work. So instead I have deleted sensitive Apps, my Email accounts, and sensitive Safari bookmarks. I now just want to ensure that my relative cannot tinker with my iCloud Drive files or purchase Apps on my credit card. That is why I want him to use his AppleID rather than my AppleID. I am rather unclear what types of reset are possible and whether I can achieve the above. Many thanks … Paul Hopewell
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