Posts Tagged ‘Apple ID’

Apple is offering a 10% credit bonus when adding funds to your Apple ID for a limited time. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Apple ID of some iPhone users are getting locked, requiring a password reset in some cases. Here’s what you need to know about this.

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Here’s how to delete or deactivate your Apple ID account personal and activity data, if and when needed.

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Apple is set to introduce a new website dedicated to the management of Apple IDs and it will allow users to download a copy of all of the data stored by the company, according to a new report.

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Phishing emails that attempt to con users into handing over their Apple ID credentials are far from accidental, with a new report suggesting that each stolen Apple ID can be sold for as much as $15.39 on the dark web.

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Attention iOS and Mac users. An Apple ID email scam 2018 is doing the rounds again looking to get hold of your credentials. Here are the details.

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Here’s how you can change or switch an Apple ID with third-party email address to an Apple email address.

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How to change your existing iTunes App Store Apple ID country to US or any other region without credit card. This method confirms to be working in 2017.

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iPhone user? Beware! There’s a new iMessage / SMS phishing scam targeting iPhone owners with the claim that their Apple ID has expired, and invites them on how to proceed to fix it.

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Some iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s users are facing Activation Lock problems. Here are the details on this issue.

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Here we explain how to enable Two-Factor Authentication on Apple ID / iCloud account as well as the difference between Two-Step Verification and Two-Factor Authentication, and how to opt-out of Two-Step Verification if it’s already enabled on an Apple ID.

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Keeping your Apple ID safe and secure has never been more important. Not only does it have your payment details locked in, meaning anyone with access to your account can start downloading apps, video or music, but it also plays host to your emails if you use an @icloud.com email address. Strong passwords are a must – you do have a strong password, don’t you? – but sometimes a little extra security must be in order.

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