Recover access to your Apple Account

If you have not logged in to your Apple account for some time, you may have forgotten your password, and maybe even your username! You can resolve this by resetting your account then by answering security questions or by using an alternate email address then if necessary, doing an upgrade. The more information you can provide, the easier it will be to log back into your Apple account.

Recover your forgotten login / Apple ID

Go to iForgot.

  1. First open your favorite browser and go to https://iforgot.apple.com.
  2. Now choose the “Forgot your Apple ID” option under the Apple ID text bar.

Provide the requested information.

Write your first and last name and email address used for creating Apple account

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How to create and retain the best secure password

Choose the most secure password

How should your password be composed so that it is as secure as possible?
If sites require you to add numbers or uppercase letters to your passwords it’s for a good reason.
A solid password is a password that contains at least 12 characters with various characters such as numbers, punctuation, uppercase and lowercase letters.
Do not use your date of birth, your cat name or passwords such as “123456” or “azerty” or “password”.

Never write your password

You must absolutely memorize your password and never write it on a sheet, post-it, in your computer or smartphone. If you can not memorize it, you can write it down but try to find a way to scramble the tracks by encrypting it
Never save or store your passwords on web browsers!

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