An American multinational corporation Apple has move one step ahead by enabled the feature of two step verification for its FaceTime and iMessage services on iPad, iPhone and Mac Computers..
Two-step verification is a decide-in system that provides a further layer of safety to Apple ID accounts.
Apple first enabled two-step verification for its Apple ID accounts on iCloud and iTunes in early 2013. Now the same service has been activated for two more of Apple’s services, meaning that if users log out of their FaceTime or iMessage accounts and attempt to log in again, or log in on another machine, they will require a security code to confirm their username and password.
Apple’s two-step implementation uses codes sent via text message to a registered phone or the company’s Find My iPhone app. More than one phone number can also be associated to the account just in case one of them is lost or stolen.A recovery key that is intended to be kept safe for emergencies can also be used to log into the account in place of a security code.
Apple’s is doing a lot to maintain the dignity of company and security of his valuable customer’s data.