How to Change Apple ID Security Questions from iPhone, iPad, Mac and Windows PC

Did you forget the answers to your security questions? We will help you reset Apple ID security question right from your iPhone, iPad, Mac and PC. Just check the guide below.

Very rare occasionally we need to use security question and answer of our Apple ID. It comes to help when we have forgotten our Apple ID password. Even if we forget the password, it is pretty easy to reset using the email address we used while creating Apple ID.

Anyways, if you wish to change the security question, it is pretty simple. You can follow the process given below either on your iPhone or iPad. The same can be done on a Mac or a PC as well, but the web page layout will be a little different from the web version. Check the guide below for complete details.

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How to Change Apple ID Security Questions & Answers

How to Reset Apple ID Security Questions from iPhone/iPad

Step #1. First launch Safari or any other browser on your iPhone or iPad.

Step #2. Now visit www.appleid.apple.com by entering the web address in the URL box.

Step #3. Login with your existing Apple user ID and Password.

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Log Into Apple Account with Apple ID

Step #4. Once you are in your Apple ID page, tap on Security tab.

Tap on Security in Apple ID on iPhone

Step #6. You’ll be required to answer the previously set question. If you remember the answer, enter it (If you do not remember the answers to your previous security question, tap on the link that says “Reset your security questions“, An email will be sent to your registered email ID. Check your email and follow the instructions from there.)

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Enter Answers of Security Questions of Apple ID

Step #7. Tap on Change questions.

Tap on Change Questions in Apple ID on iPhone

That’s It! Lets see how you do the same on your Mac or Windows PC.

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How to Reset Apple ID Security Questions from Mac/Windows PC

Step #1. Open any other browser.

Step #2. Go to https://appleid.apple.com/!&page=signin.

Step #3. Login with your existing Apple user ID and Password.

Log into Apple ID on Mac or Windows PC

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Step #4. Now click on “Change Questions…” located in the Security tab.

Click on Change Questions in Apple ID on Mac or Windows PC

Step #5. You’ll be required to answer the previously set question. If you remember the answer, enter it. (In case you have forgotten the answer, click on “Reset your security questions”. You’ll receive an email with a link to proceed further. Follow the instructions and reset your security questions.)

Enter Your Apple ID Security Questions and Answers on PC or Mac

It’s little frustrating to change the security question, but it is set that way to protect your account from any misuse. The security questions are also helpful in case you forget your password.

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Dhvanesh Adhiyahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Dhvanesh Adhiya is our editor-in-chief and reviewer who takes care of iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate for wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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