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How to Fix "Your Apple ID Has Been Disabled"

2013-10-14 22:35:17 / Posted by to How to iPhone
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Want to purchase Apps from App Store but find that your Apple ID has been disabled for security reasons? Do you feel strange that it requires you to dab "Reset" to reset your account password?

Reasons for your Apple ID having been disabled:

1. Too many users share the same account.
2. Frequently log-in in many different IP address (different devices).
3. Input wrong password for many times.


When you log in iTunes it will remind you that you Apple ID has been disabled and you need to choose authentication method to reset password(email or password protection). After the verification import your Apple account and password then click "unlock", log in again and it should be ok now.
If you fail many times to log in or you haven't logged in for long time thatn iTunes Store will deactivate the account for security reason. Then even you input the right account and password you won't be able to enter till you reset again the user password.
You can reset your Apple ID via http://appleid.apple.com/. Click reset password on the right and try again to log in hereafter.

Note: Most of the users won't share Apple ID with others so most probably Apple ID disable caused by frequently log in many different devices or always input the wrong password. Normally problem can be solved with the above method and if it doesn't, you can try to call customer service hotline or send email to the Apple senior officers about this issue. Basically they are willing to help as long as you are not a malicious user. Otherwise you can register a new Apple ID then you don't need to bother yourself.

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