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For my company I had to create an Apple ID to publish our app. I am the one with an iPhone for personal use and I have an Apple ID for private use. I do not want this Apple ID to be affiliated with my companies.

For the enrollment process of an App Store account I need to enable the 2 factor auth and this can only be done by logging in to a iOS or Mac OS device and enable the 2auth there. Every time I would login into my account from an unkown device I have to get the code from this phone with this companies account.

Also when I will log-out of my private account all data will be lost. That is what a warning message says.

  • I cannot have my private and business Apple ID on one phone
  • I do not want to only have the business Apple ID on the phone because it is my phone not the companies
  • My company does not have the resources to buy another Apple device
  • The device we will use needs to stay in our hands

Above statements are the fact but not really my situation. What would one do to fix above scenario?

  • So, the company wants you to develop an iPhone app? The company will give you an iPhone. – Daniel B Jan 29 '19 at 14:16
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    I mean, the company might not [want to] give you an iPhone, but if you want to do this without losing data, you need them to get a separate device for development. – dwightk Jan 29 '19 at 14:36
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You cannot add the business account for 2FA to your iPhone without first logging off the private account. However, when you have logged into the business account and enabled 2FA, you can logout and then login to your private account again.

Instead of purchasing a new phone for the business, you can also use any other modern iOS or macOS device for enabling 2FA. I.e. you can use for example a Mac computer or an iPad or iPod Touch.

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