Apple Rolls Out Two-Step Verification to Additional Countries

Apple Rolls Out Two-Step Verification to Additional Countries

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Apple began rolling out two-step verification to additional countries today, reports 9to5Mac.

Today we’ve confirmed that Canadian users now has access to the feature, while we’ve also received tips from users in Argentina & Pakistan signalling that the feature is beginning to roll out in other countries as well. Mexico, Netherlands, Russia, Austria, Brazil, Belgium, Portugal, & Poland too. Let us know in the comments if the feature is now available in your country.

Apple introduced two-step verification in March due to security concerns with its password reset. When you set up two-step verification, you register one or more trusted devices. A trusted device is a device you control that can receive 4-digit verification codes using either Find My iPhone notifications or SMS to verify your identity.

You can add two-step verification to your account by visiting the link below. Select "Manage your Apple ID", sign in, select "Password and Security", then click "Get Started" under "Two-Step Verification".

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Apple Rolls Out Two-Step Verification to Additional Countries
carlosvasquez - May 10, 2013 at 5:29pm
In Chile is activated too.
John - May 10, 2013 at 7:22pm
Is that with beans or no beans chili?
Alejandro Iván - May 12, 2013 at 1:49am
Bad joke.
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