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I would like to add non-SMS 2-factor authentication to my Apple ID account.

1Password TOTP

This is the "scan a QR code"-type Time-based One Time Password (TOTP) implemented by client apps such as:

  • Google Authenticator
  • Microsoft Authenticator
  • Authy
  • 1Password "One-Time Password"
  • etc.

I do not see any such option. Is this type of authentication available for Apple ID accounts?

Note: I am able to add the Apple proprietary code-generator system integrated within iOS and macOS. This question is asking instead for a 3rd-party-compatible 2-factor or 2nd-step mechanism that can be used as an alternative to the SMS-based auth that Apple does currently support.

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Apple requires at least one SMS-capable phone number for Apple ID authentication:

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204152

Which SMS numbers should I verify for my account?

You're required to verify at least one SMS-capable phone number for your account. You should consider verifying all SMS-capable phone numbers that you normally use with your iPhone or another mobile phone. You should also consider verifying an SMS-capable phone number used by someone close to you, such as a spouse or other family member. You can use this number if you're temporarily without access to your own devices.

You can't use landline or web-based (VOIP) phone services for two-step verification.

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