How to Reset Apple ID Password

iPhone and Mac users need to enter Apple ID details while purchasing an Apps or iTunes music, iCloud email or other services. Everyone with an iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Apple Watch has an Apple ID. If you want to reset Apple ID Password then this article will help you. Fortunately, Apple makes it quite simple not just to check which device was signed into your Apple ID but also allows you to remove it. Apple knows that those devices are yours and they may be used to confirm your identity with a verification code if you attempt to sign in on another device or a different browser.

If you choose to get an email, you will receive mail to your main email address that you may use to reset your Apple ID password. For instance, if you choose to get an email, you will get an email from Apple. Today you can log in with the very same email and the new password.

How to Reset Apple ID Password

Well, you’re going to be asked to Enter a phone number that may be used to get verification codes by text message or a robo-call. To use Apple 2FA, you will also require a reliable phone number, so it is possible to get verification codes. You’re expected to provide a minimum of one SMS capable phone number.

Step 1: Visit https://iforgot.apple.com/password/verify/appleid.

Step 2: Click on Forgot Apple ID or Password.

Step 3: Enter your Apple ID if you remember. If can’t then choose “Forgot Your Apple ID?” otherwise enter your Apple ID > click Continue.

Step 4: It will ask you to Enter your phone number > Continue.

Step 5: Reset your password on a different device. If you are using Apple ID on another device then try to reset on that device.

How to reset Apple ID on iPhone

Step 1: Finding your Apple ID Settings in iPhone

Open iPhone Settings > select your name at the very top. You can see your Apple ID and name.

Step 2: Reset Apple ID Password

Go to Password & Security. Then select a change password.

Step 3: Enter new Apple ID Password

Enter your new password and save it.

And that’s it! After just a few minutes, you now have a new Apple ID password.

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