Apple Brings Two-step Verification For Countries, Including India

Apple users across the world are on an all new high. According to reporrs, Apple has rolled out its two-step verification feature for Apple ID for a dozen new countries, including India.

The Cupertino-based tech giant took to the week on a good note by expaning the availability of its Apple ID two-step verification. And with the new roll out, the feature has moved from featuring in just 11 countries to 59 countries in total.

Apple Brings Two-step Verification For Countries, Including India

In case you aren't aware of how the two-step verification feature works, it apparently adds an extra layer of security for the users' Apple ID. This reduces the chances of hackers compromising their account.

The feature requires a user to enter a verification code before they can finally sign in with their Apple ID. The 4-digit verification code can be received via SMS or the Find My iPhone app.

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"Interestingly, a small number of the countries Apple lists as new above have had the feature for at least a year, but perhaps that was an unofficial, limited rollout," 9to5Mac states.

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Previous to this, the two-step verification feature was already introduced in the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Japan and others back in March 2013. Stay tuned to Gizbot for more updates!

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