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Vector with Rene Ritchie

Feb 19, 2019

Starting February 27, 2019, Apple is going to require developers to enable two-factor authentication — 2FA — on existing developer accounts.

That's left a lot of developers scrambling to get themselves set up in time. Because… Connect wants unique IDs for every service. That means, even if you don’t have or work for a company, it’s quite possible you may have an iTunes and App Store account, iCloud account, developer account, Apple Books account, Apple Podcast account. And if you do work or contract for a company or several, maybe more than one of some of those. Hell, I do.

Lest you think this video is all only for developers, if you have a significant other, child, parent, business partner, or anyone that would benefit from multiple people having 2FA codes, this can be for you as well.

So, how are you going to get the 2FA codes for all the other accounts?