“My iPhone keeps asking me for my AppleID password.This usually happens after I wake the phone and/or start any app. The problem is intermittent (and too consistant that it has become very annoying!) This started happening about 1.5 weeks ago. Anybody else getting this and/or have a solution?”
The issue of “iPhone keeps asking for Apple ID Password” normally happens after a restoring or sometimes after updating our iPhone. But it is very unusual when Apple iPhone keeps asking for apple id and password when there’s nothing downloading, there are no wrong passwords, or there’s no problem with your account. In this situation, you can try the follow solutions to fix this issue.
Solution 1. Reboot iPhone
Rebooting your iPhone is able to solve many iPhone issues, inluding the issue of “iPhone Keeps Asking For Apple ID Password”. Also it’s easy to do for iPhone users,especially for fresh iPhone users. You just need to press and hold both the “Home” and “Power” button for at least 10 seconds. Then you can see the Apple logo and your iPhone will reboot. Your iPhone will back to normal again.
Solution 2. Reset Settings
You can also try resetting the iPhone without erasing the data. If the iPhone still keeps asking for the Apple ID password, head over to the next solution.
Step 1. Go to Settings and tap on General.
Step 2. Scroll down and tap on Reset.
Step 3. Finally, tap on Reset All Settings.
Solution 3. Check the updates/App Store/iTunes Store/Purchased Apps
Firstly, all you need to do is to open the App Store and check your Purchased Apps history. Check to ensure there’s nothing hanging in a fizzled download or something. These may/may not appear on your home screen so this is the best way to check if there’s an application hanging halfway in a download that is coming up short.
Then, you can open your record settings in the iTunes and App Store (Settings > iTunes and App Store) and give logging a shot of your Apple ID and afterward sign in once more. This may take care of your issue or give you an insight about where the issue could be.
During the login time if you find that you are unable to login to your account then there is some sort of problem in your Apple login password. In that case once try to reset your password and try further to login with your iPhone or iPad.
Solution 4. Check iCloud/iMessage/FaceTime
It is always important to check your iCloud account. Always check it is configured in proper manner or not.Check switching off your account by deleting your account. Before doing this, you need to first prepare all the backup files for the iCloud and iTunes.
When you go to the setting and tap to the account field and erase the before written password and type the new one for your Apple ID. After type the password and login and see whether it fixes the issue or not. If the issue is not even fixed then you have to check the iMessage and Face Time under setting. These two apps always use your Apple ID even you are not turned on these services. In that case there may be some trouble with your account activation or information.
Try turning off if it works then you have able to fix the problem. After that you have to reactive iMessage and Face Time with correct Apple ID and password.
Solution 5. Change Apple ID
Step 1. Launch the Settings app and scroll down and tap on iCloud.
Step 2. Scroll down and tap on Sign Out and confirm it. If you have iOS 7 or earlier, you need to tap on Delete and confirm it.
Step 3. Tap on the Keep on My Device and enter the password of your Apple ID. In this case the data of your phone will stay in the iCloud and it will be updated when you will sign in.
Step 4. Now, you need to go to My Apple ID and enter your current Apple ID and password.
Step 5. Once you enter your Apple ID and password, click on Edit button seen next to your Apple ID and primary email ID. If you have set security problems, you need to answer them first.
Step 6. You will be required to change the Apple ID to the email ID iCloud asks you to sign in. Email ID verification is required.
Step 7. finally, Sign out of My Apple ID.
Solution 6. Update iOS
Updating iOS can fixe lots of bugs for software errors and other problems, including the iPhone keeps asking for Apple id.Once the iPhone has backed up, go to Settings and tap on “General”, followed by “Software Update”. When you see an update available, choose “Install Now”. When the update complete installation of itself, the device will automatically reboot and boot back up as normal when finished.
1.Click Settings, then tap on General.
2.Tap on Software Update.
3.Tap on Install Now.
During backup restoration, if you are asked to type in your previous Apple ID password, skip the request. Once your device is restored, sign in to your iCloud.
If the above methods don’t work, you’ll just have to restore your iPhone from an iCloud/iTunes backup. A clean restore usually helps reset all things and throws away the problems. You’ve got the data backed up.