apple has started prompting ios 10.3 beta users to enable two-factor authentication with a new push notification. the prompt has only started appearing over the last 24 hours or so and seems to have hit most users in the middle of the night last night.if you swipe on the notification, you’re taken to a screen in the settings app that explains what two-factor authentication is and how to enable it for maximum security. additionally, there’s an option to learn more which brings up a longer explanation of the processor.furthermore, if you open the settings app and you don’t have two-factor authentication turned on, you’ll see a new warning at the top asking you to do so, even if you ignored this notification.here’s what apple says regarding two-factor in the settings app:two-factor authentication is the best way to keep your account secure. it can protect your account even if someone learns your password.when signing in, you’ll verify your identity one of your devices or your phone number.the notification that apple is pushing to users doesn’t go away automatically. you’ll either have to manually clear it or enable two-factor authentication to get it to go away. simply unlocking your phone doesn’t get rid of it like traditional notifications.the process of enabling two-factor authentication is incredibly simple. from the settings interface, you’ll simply tap ...