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Question: Changed my password and here's what happened.

First thing is I live in Delaware,

I changed my password and a pop up said location is being used in Atlanta, GA.

So I rechanged my password again and the same popup came up being used by someone in Georgia. So I gave up and hit allow Georgia to use. Now is there a problem here that we can correct.

iPad (4th gen) Wi-Fi, iOS 7.0.4

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See the following from https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204915

When you sign in on a new device, you’ll get a notification on your other trusted devices that includes a map showing the approximate location of the new device. This is an approximate location based on the IP address the device is currently using, rather than the exact location of the device. The location shown might reflect the network you're connected to, and not your physical location.

If you know you’re the person trying to sign in but you don’t recognize the location shown, you can still tap Allow and continue signing in.

However, if you ever see a notification that your Apple ID is being used to sign in on a new device and you're not the one signing in, tap Don’t Allow to ensure the sign in attempt is blocked.

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May 28, 2018 11:33 AM in response to Tony9511 In response to Tony9511

See the following from https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204915

When you sign in on a new device, you’ll get a notification on your other trusted devices that includes a map showing the approximate location of the new device. This is an approximate location based on the IP address the device is currently using, rather than the exact location of the device. The location shown might reflect the network you're connected to, and not your physical location.

If you know you’re the person trying to sign in but you don’t recognize the location shown, you can still tap Allow and continue signing in.

However, if you ever see a notification that your Apple ID is being used to sign in on a new device and you're not the one signing in, tap Don’t Allow to ensure the sign in attempt is blocked.

May 28, 2018 11:33 AM

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