Your Apple ID allows you either to enter iCloud on your new iPhone or to download something from iTunes or the App Store for the first time in a short time. And if you don’t remember your Apple ID and password, you cannot simply use these two key features that make an iPhone useable and remarkable device. But this is not an unsolvable issue, as you can easily recall the password by following some easy and convenient procedures suggested by Apple’s built-in password reset tool. Support for Apple ID Password you Forgot
You can reset the password by going to the Apple ID Account Page and click on the Forgot Password. You will be asked to provide your Apple ID. Once you provide your ID, there will be some simple steps that you have to follow:
Answer your security question
If you have set up security questions and you remember the answer, click “Answer security questions” and go through the procedures to reset your password.
You will be asked to answer some security questions that you had set up while creating your Apple ID account. Once you complete the process, you will be redirected to the page to reset the password. Support for iCloud
Otherwise, you can also go through some other techniques:
If you use “Get an email” process, you will receive an email to your primary or rescue email address, asking you to click on the link provided in the email message. It can also help you to reset your Apple ID password successfully. Mac-Technical-Support
If you have two-step authentication
Two-step verification can also help you to reset the password; you will have to a recovery key. Follow the steps mentioned below:
If you use two-factor authentication
In addition to these two procedures, you can also reset your Apple ID password with the help of two-factor authentication technique. Here are the steps:
So, these are some easy and convenient procedures to recover your Apple ID password. Once you completed any of the above techniques, you should sign in again using your new password. If you are still encountering technical issues with your Apple ID, you would better contact an experienced Apple technical support professional and get the issues fixed in real time.