12 Facts About Apple ID


Apple ID is an authentication method used by Apple for iPhone, iPad, Mac and other Apple devices.

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An Apple ID is a valid email address, protected by a password set by the user of at least eight characters.

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In March 2013, Apple ID launched an optional two-step verification security feature for authentication.

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Apple ID will send a verification email to the email address provided and the user is required to follow the URL included in the verification email to confirm the changes.

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However, an Apple ID gives the user the ability to participate in Apple Discussion websites such as allowing the user to ask questions about any Apple hardware or software products, and to receive help, tips, and solutions from other Apple users.

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An Apple ID is not required to use FaceTime if one owns an iPhone.

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An Apple ID is not required to use iMessage if one owns an iPhone.

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An Apple ID is not required to place an order on the Apple Online Store.

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Apple ID gives users access to buying and later free re-download of many Apple-based resources, including:.

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Apple ID allows the user to re-download their purchased content for any of their devices.

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For iTunes on computers, an Apple ID is authorized to copy purchased content on up to five computers at a time.

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Apple ID has not confirmed exactly how many iOS devices can use the purchased content of one ID.

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