Some users may benefit from enabling the two - factor authentication with your Apple ID to protect and secure their devices and data, but sometimes think that two - factor authentication is too much and becomes a nuisance, so they want to disable the function.
If you turn off two - factor authentication your account, you'll never rely solely on the appropriate entry of a password and answer the security questions to regain access to your Apple ID, eliminating the need for an authorized device near to receive a security code to authenticate.
How to disable two-factor authentication in the Apple ID:
- Open any browser on any computer and go to appleid.apple.com
- Log in with the Apple ID you want to disable two-step authentication, you may need to use two factor authentication to access the account
- Go to the "Security" section of the account settings and select "Edit"
- Look for the section "Two-factor authentication" which says that the feature is on and click the link to "Turn off two-factor authentication"
- Creates new questions to assign to the Apple ID used to replace these codes two-factor authentication
- When you're done disable two-factor authentication, you can log on the website management Apple ID.