How to Turn off Two-Factor Authentication on iPhone iOS 12?


Apple introduced Two-Factor Authentication to prevent your Apple account from entering others without your knowledge. Many people think that it is an annoying one. So they want to turn it off. Here I am going to tell you how to turn off Two-Factor Authentication on iPhone iOS 12.
Method 1: Turn off Two-Factor Authentication on iPhone/iPad

  1. Launch Chrome/Safari on your iPhone.
  2. Go to appleid.apple.com.
  3. Enter your Apple ID and Password.
  4. Enter the verification code.
  5. Tap “Security”.two factor authentication-1
  6. Scroll down to find “Two-Factor Authentication”. There you can see that “Two-Factor Authentication” feature is “ON”. Tap “Turn Off Two-Factor Authentication” to turn it off.two factor authentication-2
  7. Click “Continue” in the pop-up box.two factor authentication-3
  8. Select your 3 new security questions and enter the answer to those questions. Then click “Next”.
  9. Enter your Birthday & Rescue email and then click “Next”.
  10. Click “Done”.

Method 2: Turn off Two-off Two Factor Authentication on PC/Computer

  1. Go to appleid.apple.com.
  2. Enter your Apple ID and Password.
  3. Enter the verification code.
  4. Go to “Security” Section. There you can see that “Two-Factor Authentication” feature is “ON”.
  5. Click “Edit”.
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  6. Tap “Turn Off Two-Factor Authentication” to turn it off.two factor authentication-7
  7. Click “Turn Off Two-Factor Authentication” in the pop-up box.tow factor authentication-5
  8. You will be asked to select and answer the new security questions. Then click “Continue”.
  9. You will be asked to confirm your Date of Birth and give your rescue email. Then click “Continue”.
  10. Enter the verification code that was sent to your rescue email and then click “Continue”.
  11. Click “Done”.

Method 3: Still can’t turn off Two-Factor Authentication
You can’t turn off Two-Factor Authentication for Apple IDs created in iOS 10.3 and later (OR) macOS Sierra 10.12.4 and later. Two-Factor Authentication is default for those Apple accounts. So you can’t turn it off.
If you have any doubts regarding this, let us know through your comments.

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