iCloud password is the key to protect the privacy of your information stored in iCloud. But to be honest, forgetting iCloud password is less unusual. So it should not be surprising that a ton of people around you ask for possible measures to recover iCloud password. What to do if you forget iCloud password?
Firstly, you can answer the security questions to reset your iCloud password, such as your nickname, a child friend, or maybe the name of a favorite teacher. Or you can choose to send a password reset email. Also you are able to change your iCloud password if you use two-factor authentication/two-step verification. Detailed instructions are given below.
Then answer the questions you chose when you created your Apple ID.
Tip 3. Recover iCloud Password via Two-Factor Authentication
If you have two-factor authentication enabled for your Apple ID, you can reset or change your password directly from your trusted iOS device or Mac. This works only from a trusted device with a device passcode enabled.
Choose a trusted device. Later you’ll receive a verification code and put in it.
Set a new password and select Reset Password.
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Bonus Tip: How to Access iCloud Backup on Computer
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