How to enable and disable two-factor authentication on iPhone (Apple ID)
Recently, cases of theft Apple IDs have become more frequent in order to extort money from users to unlock Apple devices. All this happens due to the carelessness of users, they set simple passwords for their accounts and use public accounts to get supposedly free applications.
Despite the fact that your account is not linked to a VISA card, MasterCard does not mean that you have nothing to lose. Since iOS 7, the Find function iPhone has become available, which helps the user to determine where iOS is the device on the map, and in case of loss iPhone , iPad block it or delete all data from it.
All this is carried out through the web interface of the icloud.com service through a regular browser, with which in a few clicks you can block any device associated with your iCloud account. Further unlocking of this device is possible only when you enter your password, and if the password was forgotten / lost or changed by an intruder, then only when sending a purchase receipt to the support service Apple.
Otherwise your iPhone, iPad turns to brick. Simply put, if you lose the mail to which your iPhone or account Apple ID is registered, then the attacker will calmly change all passwords there and block the device. And on your phone you will see this message: