How To Fix Constant apple-id-password-verification Pop-Ups on iPhone
This is very simple method to turn off apple-id-password-verification on IOS10.
what is two step authentication and how to enable.
The basic idea two step authentication is that instead of the username and password like normal you now also have a code that is set to your phone number and this means that if you don’t have your phone or trusted device you just can’t get it so even if somebody knows your password it won’t really help because they also need that code. To set up all you have to do is sign into your apple ID go to the security section and under 2 step verification you saw like get started you then have to enter your security question answers and after that you’ll be taken to the steps on how to enable 2 step after that you’re gonna need to enter a phone number that you trust and this is probably gonna be your own and then a verification code is going to be sent over SMS. you will have to enter that code to verify that you have this device with you once verified you can also set up other devices so given iPad or iPod or just someone else that you want to be able to access the account you can add them here so even if you don’t have your phone with that specific number with you, you can still get into your account with other devices. Be aware this a very important step to recovery your key if you ever lose your trusted device or forget your password to recover key the only way to get back into your account is the security code, print this out or write it down and keep it in a very safe place without this if something goes wrong you’re just out of luck.
Now you have to do is agree to the conditions and enable 2 step verification from now on whenever you log into your apple ID you will need to have a trusted device with you so that you can receive a 4 digit code along with the username and password and that’s it it’s very easy to do but make sure your account is now much more secure.