Apple’s trying its hardest to protect the security of your account — whether you like it or not.
In an email sent out in the early hours of June 6, the company confirmed that going forward it will mandate the use of 2-factor authentication (2FA) for many of its services.
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“If you install the iOS 11 or macOS High Sierra public betas this summer and meet the basic requirements, your Apple ID (firstname.lastname@example.org) will be automatically updated to use two-factor authentication,” reads the email. “This is our most advanced, easy-to-use account security, and it’s required to use some of the latest features of iOS, macOS, and iCloud.” Read more…More about Apple, Hacking, Cyber Security, Ios 11, and 2fa