There are several simple steps to reset Apple ID password. It becomes absolutely easy if you have used the two-factor authentication and currently have access to one of your Apple devices with finding my iPhone enabled. For iPhone, iPad and iPod, go to settings > and click on your name at the top > choose password & security and then top change password. Due to an extra layer of security, you will be prompted to enter the current passcode.
At this screen, you must look for the precise instructions, because sometimes it asks for other device password linked with your current Apple id. If you use a PC, so head to this page to reset Apple ID password. Please note Apple ID is either an iCloud email address or your own email address registered with Apple at the time when you first set up the Apple account.
Apple devices linked with the current Apple Id make it a lot easier to gain access to your Apple ID account. So when you initiated the Apple id password reset from a web browser you get prompt on one of your Apple devices. Hence all you need is to allow the Apple ID password request to reset the password and follow the on-screen instruction to successfully reset your Apple ID password. Got other Apple ID questions? talk to an Apple care Support specialist online.
We highly recommend that you choose a password slightly different than what you have always used with your Apple ID account. Eg: a strong Apple ID password usually has more than 8 characters were in a combination of uppercase lower case, numbers and special( like $, %, & * etc) characters.