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hi this is gary with macmost.com today let me show you how to plan ahead in case you ever forget your apple id password [Music] macmost is brought to you thanks to a great group of more than a thousand supporters go to macmost.com patreon there you can read more about the patreon campaign join us and get exclusive content and course discounts so what happens if you lose your password to your apple id you cant log on to icloud or any of apples services hopefully this never happens to you but there are a few things that you could set up in advance that in case it does you can recover your account now on your mac youll find all this in system preferences under apple id and in a similar place on the iphone or ipad in settings and apple id and then you look for password and security and now here you see your security settings for your apple id account so you should have two-factor authentication turned on i think just about everybody does at this point you can also add trusted phone num