There are so many Apple users who can be found to be scared not for any technical issues with their Apple products, but for their Apple ID and password. They believe their credentials can anytime be locked or disabled due to some reasons – some of them do forget their password every so often, whereas some users wonder whether they can correctly use their password for the Apple account.
When Apple feels your account has been compromised or you are entering wrong credentials, then it blocks your ID and suspends your current credentials. In such conditions, you are left with nothing but one option - resetting your ID and password. If your Apple ID has been blocked for security reasons, you might confront any of the following messages on your device:
“This Apple ID has been disabled for security reasons”
"You can't sign in because your account was disabled for security reasons"
"This Apple ID has been locked for security reasons"
Once you encounter any of these messages, you should immediately go for some reliable technical solutions. It can only be resolved through its official page https://appleid.apple.com/#!&page=signin and follow the on-screen instructions to reset your credentials.
As I know some of my best friends who had to take on the issue immediately, I would recommend you to go through the same way as my friends did. You can approach a reliable Apple ID password support service provider and ask him to help you with some useful tips.
If you have set up two-step verification in your Apple account, then you will have to use recovery key and a verified device. And if there is a two-factor authentication, you will be asked to use a trusted device or verified phone number to unlock your Apple ID. These are two conditions which you have to meet while you try to unlock your Apple ID. In case of any technological confusion, you can dial Apple ID locked Apple help phone number and ask your technician to help you.
And thus, you need to go through the on-screen instructions and provide all the essential details required for resetting your credentials.