Hi All, I’ll do my best to make this as sequential as I can. Yesterday, Apple Support advised me to change my Apple ID. I went to appleid.apple.com to do that, but that method wasn’t working correctly, so I had to go to the Apple Store today for help. The Apple Rep had me Sign Out of iCloud, then (as best as I can remember) the Rep went to Settings->[my name] and tapped on ‘Sign In,’ and as I recall, I entered my new Apple ID and password. Done! Good! I changed the Apple ID on my *new* iPad, I have an *old* iPad too, on which the *old* Apple ID was *not* changed. When I got back to my place, I turned on my *new* iPad, and most of my iCloud content was gone! Example: Photos- *New* iPad- 150 photos. *Old* iPad- 1,811 photos! Example: Notes- *New* iPad- No notes at all. *Old* iPad- In ‘All iCloud,’ there’s 467 notes! I *did* configure, in Settings, for all Photos and Notes to be stored in iCloud. I didn’t know that changing my Apple ID would have this effect on iCloud. Is it possible to have my iCloud content from the *old* iPad transferred to the *new* one? That’s my main point in posting this. Having been hacked a while back (and still working on resolving that), when something unexpected happens to my iPad, I wonder if the reason for that is because there’s something I don’t know, or was the hacker up to some monkey business again. Does anyone have any input on this rather odd situation? Thanks for Reading!