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Question: Why does Apple have no security?

Some knob just came on here and told me my phone is not hacked. It's more hacked than Paris Hilton's phone. I have had my online banking hacked FOUR times with four different cards. An Optus lady witnessed my password changing over and over and over again. Apple does nothing but make the recovery process as unneccessarily long and senseless and full of circles as possible. If anyone knows how to change an Apple I.D. without constantly being asked about my old one (this one) by Apple all to verify what is SUPPOSED to be a fresh new Apple I.D. then I would really love to know.

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Mar 13, 2018 8:24 PM in response to skyefromport In response to skyefromport

iPhones are extremely secure. The fact that your bank account may have been hacked does not mean your phone has been hacked. Unless your phone has been jailbroken, the likelihood that it has been hacked is infinitesimally small. Could your Apple ID have been compromised? Yes. But, again, that doesn't mean your phone has been hacked.


If you believe your Apple ID has been compromised, start here:


If you think your Apple ID has been compromised - Apple Support

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Mar 13, 2018 8:28 PM in response to skyefromport In response to skyefromport

What to do after [or before] you change your Apple ID email address or password - https://support.apple.com/HT204071 - "After you change your Apple ID email address or password, you might need to update your sign-in information with any Apple services you're using." E.g., if you are getting persistent sign-in messages.

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Mar 13, 2018 8:31 PM in response to IdrisSeabright In response to IdrisSeabright

Yes sorry I did mean my Apple I.D. not my actual phone. Problem is, the hacker does not just change my password, they also keep changeing 1 security question. Very annoying when needing to know those answers to reset them to get in.

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Question: Why does Apple have no security?