Apple security is just over the top; its a piecemeal of this and that, that in isolation make sense; but together are absurd. Here are some frequent examples I encounter; very often I use my iPhone to battery death daily. Fantastic touchID requires code re-activation to start working again. That's so great to use touchID for iTunes and every time have to reset it. occasionally apple decides I need to revalidate one of my iCloud accounts; ok; then it starts asking questions/answer that I frankly don't recall; result account blocked password strength is so absurd that I need to write down the password ?? yes mainly because apple decides to ask for a password change when I'm actually working and doing something else; so I just enter anything that will get me past the "strength" check so that I can do my work to unlock a blocked account you can ask for instructions to be sent to your email; guess what the email is in the blocked iCloud account; check-egg situation Suddenly iTunes wanted an account update otherwise no shopping. So I go in and discover the only item missing was "Mr" or "Mrs". Fantastic to ask that on an iTunes account based on a rechargeable card. I wake up and have a few urgent things to do. Not possible apple pushed a security update and these were automatically installed. Great now Word has stopped working and that a 1 hour job to fix. So much for the urgent work. I could ramble on, the point is I totally agree that security is important, but it should not be something that suddenly stops your life. Preventing me from purchasing with a rechargeable card because suddenly the MR/MRs is mandatory is nonsense. Asking for a password reset when I'm doing some work is nonesense. Etc. Pushing any update at any time of the week and not implementing some control on automatic updates is plain silly. Wish Apple would consider the security experience to be something more transparent, less revoltingly blocking at inappropriate times. Wish I could opt-out of some excessive features of security and accept my risk/responsibility instead.