How to Recover Your Apple ID Without a Phone Number

If you’re like most people, apple id is linked to your iPhone. But what happens if you lose your phone or can’t access it for some reason? In this blog post, we’ll show you how to recover your Apple ID without a phone number.

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Introduction

If you can’t remember apple id password you can reset it using the web browser on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. If you don’t have access to any of your devices, you can reset your password by answering security questions. If you don’t remember your answers to your security questions, you can get in touch with Apple Support.

How to Recover Your Apple ID Without a Phone Number

If you’re locked out of your Apple ID, you can usually regain access by resetting your password. However, what happens if you don’t have access to your phone number? In this article, we’ll show you how to recover your Apple ID without a phone number.

Go to iforgot.apple.com

If you have an iPhone, iPad, ipod touch with iOS 11.3 or later, you can use the Settings app to save your Apple ID and password. Go to Settings > [your name], and tap Password & Security. Tap Turn Off Two-Factor Authentication, then enter apple id password

If you don’t have access to a trusted device or phone number, you can go to iforgot.apple.com to reset apple id password

Enter your Apple ID

If you forget your Apple ID, you can look it up. Just enter the information below to find your Apple ID. If you don’t have an Apple device, you can use
Apple ID recovery on a trusted browser on any device.

Enter your first name, last name, and email address. If you enter the wrong email address, you can try again with a different one.

Select the option to reset your password

If you can’t reset your password because you don’t have a reset email address or phone number associated with your Apple ID, or your security questions are no longer valid, you can still reset your password.

To do so,start by going to iforgot.apple.com.

Once there, enter your Apple ID (the email address associated with your Apple ID) and click “Continue.”

On the next screen, select the option to “Reset Your Password.”

You will then be asked to enter the phone number or email address associated with your Apple ID. If you no longer have access to either of those, select “If you forgot all of the information associated with your Apple ID,” which is located just above the phone number and email address fields.

From there, Apple will send directions on how to reset your password to an alternate email address or phone number that you provided when you first created your Apple ID. If you don’t have any alternate contact information on file, you’ll need to start from scratch and create a new Apple ID.

Choose how to reset your password

There are three ways to reset your Apple ID password:

-If you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 10.3 or later, you can use the new feature called “Password autofill for apps.” Just enter the information when prompted, and your Apple ID password will be filled in automatically.
-If you’re signed in to iCloud and have a valid recovery key, you can reset your password at any time by going to Apple’s iForgot website.
-If you don’t have a recovery key and you’re not signed in to iCloud, you can use Apple’s two-step verification process to reset your password.

If you can’t remember your Apple ID password, there are a few things you can do to try and recover it:

-If you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 10.3 or later, you can use the new feature called “Password autofill for apps.” Just enter the information when prompted, and your Apple ID password will be filled in automatically.
-If you’re signed in to iCloud and have a valid recovery key, you can reset your password at any time by going to Apple’s iForgot website.
-If you don’t have a recovery key and you’re not signed in to iCloud, you can use Apple’s two-step verification process to reset your password.

Answer your security questions

If you can’t remember your Apple ID password, you can reset it using the email address you used to create your Apple ID.

1. Go to your Apple ID account page and click “Forgot your Apple ID?”

2. Enter your first name, last name, and email address.

3. Click “Continue.”

4. On the next page, you’ll be asked to answer three security questions. If you can’t remember the answers to your security questions, click “Try another way to recover your account.”

Reset your password

If you don’t have access to your Apple ID account or your recovery key, you can reset your password. Here’s how:

Go to iforgot.apple.com.
Enter your Apple ID, then select Continue.
Choose how to reset your password:
-Get an email from Apple
-If you use two-factor authentication, you can reset your password from a trusted device
-Answer security questions
After you reset your password, you can sign in with that new password on all of your Apple devices and services.

Conclusion

There are a few different ways that you can try to recover your Apple ID if you don’t have a phone number. You can try to reset your password, answer security questions, or use two-factor authentication. If you still can’t recover your account, you contact apple support for more help.

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