Is there a way to find the password for an account I created with Sign in with Apple? I want to delete an account at a site I created with Sign in with Apple, and it requires me to reenter my password to delete the account? I checked keychain and the account isn't there. Any Ideas or suggestions
We understand you have some questions about Sign in with Apple, and we'd like to get you pointed in the right direction for assistance. Get started here: Manage the apps you use with Sign in with Apple
Thank you but that doesn't resolve my issue. Let me try to explain. I created an account on a site using "sign in with Apple". Later I upgraded the account on the site to "premium" and provided my credit card information. NowI want to "downgrade" the account to the free version and they want me to reenter my password to downgrade the account. Therein lies the dilemma I don't know what the password is. When I create an account with "sign in with Apple" it is unclear where the password is stored for the site. It doesn't appear to be in Keychain and neither my appleid password nor the password for my account on my Mac work. So I seem to be stuck.....
We understand that you're being prompted for a password instead of being given the option to sign in with your Apple ID. If you're still unable to sign in we recommend contacting the account holder directly for potential password recovery options, or to downgrade your account to the free version. They may interested to know that Sign in with Apple isn't working as expected for account management.
You can also use the steps in the previous article to manage which apps use your Apple ID.
I'm sorry you still don't understand the situation. I CAN log in to the site successfully however when I go into he profile section on the site to downgrade the service I am prompted for the password..... It is at that time that I am unable to enter the password because it appears "sign with Apple" doesn't make the password available to me.
I want to find my apple password