No Access To Apple Id Phone

No Access To Apple Id Phone

Two-factor authentication is an additional level of security for Apple ID, which ensures that only you can access your account, even if your password is known to someone else.

How it works

When using two-factor authentication, access to your account is possible only from trusted devices iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch or Mac. When you first log in to a new device, you will need to provide two types of information: your password and a six-digit digital confirmation code, which is automatically displayed on trusted devices. After entering the code, the new device is included in the number of trusted devices. For example, if you have an iPhone, the first time you log in to your account on a recently purchased Mac, you will be asked to enter a password and a verification code that will automatically appear on your iPhone.

Since password access is not enough to access your account with two-factor authentication, the security of your Apple ID and data stored on Apple servers increases significantly.

After logging in, the verification code will no longer be requested on this device until it is completely logged out, all data on the device is erased, or until you need to change the password for security reasons. When logging in via the Internet, you can indicate that the browser is trusted, and the next time you log in from this computer, a confirmation code will not be requested.

Trusted Devices

A trusted device can be an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 9 and later, or a Mac with OS X El Capitan and later that is already signed in to your account using two-factor authentication. This is a device that we know that it belongs to you and that you can use to verify your identity by displaying an Apple verification code when you log in using another device or browser. Apple Watch with watchOS 6 or later can be used to obtain verification codes when you log in using your Apple ID, but they cannot act as a trusted password reset device.

Trusted Phone Numbers

A trusted phone number is a number that you can use to receive confirmation codes through text messages or automatic phone calls. In order to activate two-factor authentication, you must confirm at least one trusted phone number.

You should also consider verifying an additional phone number that you can access, such as a home phone number or a number used by a family member or close friend. You can use this number if you temporarily do not have access to the main number or your devices.

Verification Codes

Confirmation code is a temporary code sent to a trusted device or trusted phone number when you first log into the device or browser using the Apple ID. In addition, you can get a verification code in the Settings section on a trusted device.

The verification code is different from the password for the device used to unlock the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Configure two-factor authentication for Apple ID

Two-factor authentication is available for Apple ID accounts associated with at least one device with the latest version of iOS, iPadOS, or macOS. Additional Information.

To enable two-factor authentication, you can follow these steps on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

Enabling two-factor authentication in the Settings program

If your device is running iOS 10.3 or later, follow these steps:

  1. Select “Settings” [your name] “Password and safety”.
  2. Click Enable Two-Factor Authentication.
  3. Click Continue.

If your device is running iOS 10.2 or earlier, follow these steps:

  1. Select “Settings” iCloud
  2. Choose your Apple ID “Password and safety”.
  3. Click Enable Two-Factor Authentication.
  4. Click Continue.

You may need to answer Apple ID security questions.

Entering and Confirming a Trusted Phone Number

Indicate the phone number to which you need to receive confirmation codes when entering the system. You can choose to receive codes in the form of text messages or automatic phone calls.

When you click Next, Apple sends a verification code to your phone number.

Enter your verification code to verify your phone number and enable two-factor authentication.

Turn on two-factor authentication on Mac

If macOS Catalina is installed:

  1. Select Apple menu  System Preferences, then click Apple ID.
  2. Click Password and Security (under your name).
  3. Click Enable Two-Factor Authentication.

If macOS Mojave or earlier is installed:

  1. Go to the Apple menu  System Preferences, then click iCloud and select Account Information.
  2. Click the Security Icon.
  3. Click Enable Two-Factor Authentication.

Some Apple IDs created on iOS 10.3 or macOS 10.12.4 and later are protected by two-factor authentication by default. In this case, two-factor authentication will already be enabled.

If you are already using 2-step verification and want to increase the level of security, first turn it off, then enable two-factor authentication.

If two-factor authentication cannot be enabled for your account, you can still protect your data with a two-step verification.

Things to Remember When Using Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication greatly enhances Apple ID security. After enabling this function, you will need a password and access to trusted devices or a trusted phone number to log in to your account. To ensure maximum protection of your account and constant access, there are a few simple recommendations that you must follow:

  • Remember your Apple ID password.
  • Use passwords for all your devices.
  • Keep your trusted phone numbers up to date.
  • Ensure the physical security of trusted devices.

Account management

You can manage your trusted phone numbers, trusted devices, and other account information on your Apple ID account page.

Timely update trusted phone numbers

To use two-factor authentication, you will need to have at least one trusted phone number in the database to which you can receive confirmation codes. You should also consider verifying an additional trusted phone number in addition to your own. If your iPhone is lost or damaged and is your only trusted device, you won’t be able to receive the verification codes necessary to access your account.

To update trusted phone numbers, follow these steps:

  1. Go to your Apple ID account page.
  2. Sign in with your Apple ID.
  3. Go to the “Security” section and click “Change.”

If you need to add a phone number, click “Add Verified Phone Number” and enter the phone number. Select the number confirmation method (text message or automatic phone call) and click Continue. To delete a trusted phone number, click next to the phone number you want to delete.

View and manage trusted devices

You can view and manage the list of trusted devices on a device running iOS and macOS operating systems, as well as in the “Devices” section of the Apple ID account page.

  1. Select “Settings” [your name].
  2. Select a device from the list.

On macOS Catalina:

  1. Open the Apple menu () “System Settings.”
  2. Select “Apple ID.”
  3. Select a device in the sidebar.

On macOS Mojave or earlier:

  1. Open the Apple menu () “System Settings.”
  2. Select “iCloud,” then click “Account Information.”
  3. Click on the “Devices” tab.
  4. Select a device from the list.
  1. Go to your Apple ID account page.
  2. Sign in with your Apple ID.
  3. Go to the “Devices” section.

The device list lists the devices that are signed in with your Apple ID. Select a device to view information about it, such as model and serial number. Below you can see other useful information, including information about whether the device is trusted and whether it can be used to obtain Apple ID verification codes.

You can also delete a trusted device by selecting “Delete from account” in the list of devices. Removing a trusted device will stop displaying confirmation codes on it and blocking access from this device to iCloud and other Apple services until it is re-logged in using two-factor authentication. If you need to find a device or delete data from it before deleting it from the list of trusted devices, you can use the “Find iPhone” function.

Creating passwords for programs

If you use two-factor authentication to log into your account from third-party programs or services, such as email programs, contacts or calendars that are not developed by Apple, you will need special passwords for these programs. To create a password for the program, follow these steps:

  1. Go to your Apple ID account page.
  2. Click Create Password in the Application Passwords section.
  3. Follow the onscreen instructions.

After creating a password for the program, enter or paste it into the password input field in the program in the usual way.