On Tuesday the launch of iOS 10 beta 2 was made. A launch somewhat backward as it was made three weeks after its official launch at WWDC 2016, but still, the new beta of iOS 10 brought new and interesting changes. Beyond all this, it seems that with the changes made in the second beta of the new operating system for mobile devices, some people who have installed the OS on your iPhone are finding that have been blocked in your account ID from Apple and that therefore, they can not perform a password reset.
This problem has been reported in Reddit and seems to affect a lot of users who installed iOS 10 beta 2 in its smartphones, which account Apple ID has been protected with the authentication system two steps from Apple, which requires a password and a six-digit code to use iCloud on a new device.
After receiving a message about the Apple ID has been blocked for security reasons, the system offers an option to unlock the same way identity verification, but does not work as expected it, because it can not restore password due to a "server error".
Users affected by this problem, can apply for account recovery through this link , which helps the customer, through an automatic process, to return to your account as soon as possible.
It is noteworthy that this seems to have happened to some people at the launch of iOS 9.3.2 stable as well as the latest betas of iOS 9.3.3, according to several messages on Reddit, so we can not conclude with certainty that 100 percent of this problem is caused by the second beta iOS 10.