iMessage and FaceTime: Two-factor authentication – how to turn on | BGR

By Chris Smith on Feb 13, 2015 at 6:50 AM

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In order to enable two-factor authentication on iMessage and FaceTime, you should check out Apple’s handy guide and FAQ at this link and head on over to this Apple IDpage to get things started. Also important is getting and securing your Recovery Key that comes with two-factor authentication activation — this extensive report explains what happens when this extremely sensitive piece of information is lost in case someone tries to use your Apple ID on other devices.

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