In recent months, appeared from time to time in reports that users complained about their iTunes accounts were misused . Undue such purchases were made in the app store, to manipulate the charts and in the end to flush money into the coffers of certain developers. It seems that Apple has been thinking about this problem and will now work towards this. Several security issues will help to protect users.
As the U.S. blog The Next Web reported that Apple is currently sent push notifications to the IOS device to encourage users to fill out three security questions. These well-intentioned idea from Apple actually provides for many customers, however, currently some confusion, because the popups are perceived as cheating.
You’ve taken the added security step and provided a rescue email address.Now all you need to do is verify that it belongs to you.
The rescue address you have given us is firstname.lastname@example.org. Just click the link below to verify, sign in using your Apple ID and password, then follow the prompts.
The rescue email address is dedicated your security and Allows Apple to get in touch if any account questions come up, examined as the need to reset or change your security questions. As promised, Apple will never send you any announcements or marketing messages to this address.
Once safety issues have been completed, however, but Apple sent a confirmation email to confirm the authenticity.