Apple is known for one thing, they are security conscious. They might block or suspend your account when noticed someone is trying to access your account with inaccurate access details. I think, you should not see this as a big deal, if eventually, your Apple ID or iTune account was blocked, then you can still access it.
If someone tries to hack into your Apple account, entering your password incorrectly too many times, or giving the wrong answers to your security questions, Apple will recognize the attack and will lock your Apple ID.
This is good because it means an attacker cannot gain access to your Apple ID which would let them get into your iCloud email, iMessages and FaceTime, as well as allow them spend your money on the App Store or in iTunes without your permission.
However, if you have forgotten the password of your Apple ID and tried the incorrect password for more than three times, it automatically disables your Apple ID.
We have heard from a few readers struggling to fix their disabled Apple ID. Usually, this problem is a straightforward fix and so let’s walk you through the steps that are necessary.
How To Fix Disabled Apple ID and Restore it
Step 1 ====> Fix your Apple ID account using any web browser on any computer or device using the desktop site. Open a web browser such as Safari, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox and go to this website: I forgot Apple ID info to redirect to the iForgot Page by Apple.
Step 2 ====> Fill in your details, after providing your details, click on the Continue button.
Step 3 ====> On the next screen, choose your preferred method to reset your Apple account details. Choose how to reset your password using one of these four methods.
====> Select Answer security questions and follow the steps
====> If you have two-step verification on, Apple asks for a Recovery Key, follow the steps for two-step verification instead. Skip to Two-Step Verification
====> When you enable two-factor authentication for your Apple ID, resetting your password is easy using any of your trusted devices. Skip to Two-Factor Verification
====> Tap Get an email to reset your password. Email is sent to your primary (or rescue) email address (steps listed directly below)
Step 4 ====> Check your Email address. However, if you don’t use the two-factor (or steps) verification methods, you need to access your Email account and check the recent email from the Apple.
Step 5 ====> Now put down the new password and click on Reset Password. it is crucial that the new password is different from the password that you used last time with your Apple account.
Step 6 ====> That is all.
Finally on Apple account
Apple resets the password, and your account should be back to normal. After enabling your Apple ID, don’t forget to change the password on all of your iDevices and Macs. Also, update the password in Settings to download the new apps from the App Store and iTunes.