Here’s how two-factor authentication is changing in iOS 9

With the release of iOS 9 beta 3 today, Apple introduced a new two-factor authentication. Oddly, Apple didn’t provide details on what was new, leaving many curious about what actually changed. Now we know: the fussy Apple ID recovery is being improved. Under the old system, any device that was tied to an Apple ID and reported lost or stolen via iCloud could only be unlocked with the same account. It’s problematic if you can’t get a recovery code, or purchase a used device only to have the previous owner spitefully lock it once they’ve got your money. In a statement…

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