Apple plans to send out more e-mails to alert users of a potential security risk following the hacking of celebrities’ iCloud accounts.
Apple CEO Tim Cook told the Wall Street Journal on Thursday that users will soon be able to receive e-mail notifications when iCloud data is restored. Apple already sends e-mails to users when a new password is requested, when a password is changed, or when an account is used on a new device for the first time.
The company will start to send out the new notifications in two weeks, according to the WSJ. It will also expand the two-step verification process—which requires a separate code or a key in order to login to an account—to include access to an iCloud account on the new iOS.