If you have two-step verification turned on, you'll be asked to send a verification code to the trusted device associated with your Apple ID. If you are unable to receive messages at your trusted device, follow the guidelines for what to do if you can't sign in with two-step verification.
In the "Apple ID and Primary Email Address section," click Edit.
Enter the email address you want to use, then click Save Changes. Apple will send a verification email to that address.
Open the email from Apple, then click Verify Now in the email.
When the My Apple ID page opens, sign in with your renamed Apple ID.
If you have two-step verification turned on, you'll be asked to send a verification code to the trusted device associated with your Apple ID.
Note: You should go through the process of changing your your ID rather than creating a new one. Your Apple ID is your sole connection to the Apple ecosystem, and you will want to preserve its continuity through any changes you nay have in your email, billing address or credit card changes. Think of it in the fashion of your Social Insurance Number, Driver's Licence or Health Care card - though things may change in your life, you usually keep these identifiers.
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