How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Apple ID on Mac and iPhone

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In this topic, I will share with you the way to Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Apple ID on Mac and iPhone. If you worry that your account has not been secured and you are searching for the way to activate Two-Factor Authentication for your Apple ID, follow this simple guide to get it done.

How to Set Up Two-Factor Authentication for Apple ID from iPhone/iPad

On iOS 10.3 or later.

For On iOS 10.3 or later, you just need to simply open Settings on your iOS device Tap on Apple ID banner.

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On iOS 10.2 or earlier.

Step 1. First, head over Settings on your iOS device Tap on iCloud.

Step 2. Next up, tap on your Apple ID.

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Step 3. Then, select Password & Security .

Step 4. In the next step, choose Turn on Two-Factor Authentication .

Step 5. Now, hit Continue and follow on-screen instructions.

How to Turn On Two-Factor Authentication for Apple ID on Mac

Step 1. To begin click on the Apple menu → System Preferences .

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Step 2. Then, head over iCloud .

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Step 3. Later on, select Account Details .

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Step 4. Next, it’s time to enter your Apple ID passwords. then, click on Security Click Turn on Two-factor Authentication .

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Step 5. Once you get it done, click on Set Up .

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Step 6. Up next, answer your security questions and follow on-screen instructions.

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Step 7. Then, type your Mobile number and click on continue.

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Step 8. Finally , Click on Done .

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That’s pretty much it! Now you have just established successfully security for your Apple ID with the Two-Factor authentication.