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How you change your Apple ID password depends on the device you’re using and what version it’s running on.
Apple ID owners can generally change their password through the “Security” or “Password & Security” settings across various OS and iOS devices.
When you change your password, you’ll want to have access to the email associated with your Apple ID account.
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Your Apple ID offers you the ability to connect with your Apple account across devices, new and old, wherever you are. But with that accessibility comes a need for extra security. Your Apple ID password provides this by requiring you to enter it each time you want to connect with and sync your Apple ID account on a new device.
The widely used security measure can sometimes be compromised, risking your data and sensitive personal information. If you want to make your Apple account more secure, you have the ability to change your Apple ID password. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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