5 Ways To Fix Apple ID Verification Failed Problem Fix

The verification of the Apple ID continues to appear

Does the verification of the Apple ID continue to appear on your iPhone even if there is no download, no wrong password and no problem with the Apple ID? Well, this could be an iOS bug and it is likely to happen especially after updating or restoring your iPhone.
Fortunately, there are potential solutions to solve the problem. Then, let's see how to fix the iPhone that keeps asking for the verification of the Apple ID '.

1. Check App Store

Usually, if the Apple ID check appears constantly, you must first exclude the possibility that any application suspended in a download failed. To do this, open the App Store, tap the account icon, and then tap Bought and all apps will be listed. Ignore the task if an application is suspended during the download.

2. Restart iPhone

Restart iPhone is one of the basic solutions to fix small iOS bugs. Thus, to prevent the iPhone from constantly asking for an Apple ID password or iCloud password, you can try restarting your iPhone.
  • Press and hold the Sleep / Wake button until 'Slide to Power Off' appears on the iPhone screen, then slide left and right to turn off your iPhone.
  • Press the Power / Standby button again and release it when you see the Apple logo.
However, to restart an iPhone X, there is something different. Usually, there are 2 ways to turn off an iPhone X and you can do like this:
  • Unlock your iPhone X, go to "Settings" then "General", scroll down and find "Stop", then click the button.
  • Press and hold the side button and the Volume Up (or Volume Down) button until 'Slide to Power Off' appears on the iPhone X screen.
Then, press the side button on the right of your iPhone X to turn it back on.

3. Disconnect Apple ID

If your iPhone continues to prompt for verification of the Apple ID after rebooting, try disconnecting your Apple ID and then signing back in.
  • Go to "Settings", press your name
  • Scroll to and touch 'Logout'
  • Enter the Apple ID password and press "Disable"
  • Click 'Logout'
  • Tap "Logout" again
Disconnect Apple ID
After signing your Apple ID for a while, please reconnect.

4. Reset network settings

A faulty Wi-Fi connection may be one of the possible reasons for an Apple ID verification issue. If disconnecting your Apple ID does not work, try resetting all settings to keep your apps and data, but reset your personal preferences and network settings. Now go to Settings> General> Reset> Reset All Settings. After that, what you need to do is re-enter the Wi-Fi password.
Reset network settings

5. Update iOS to the latest version

As we mentioned from the beginning, the problem that the Apple ID check continues to appear can be an iOS bug, so you can try to update your iPhone to the latest iOS version: Settings> General> Update software day> Install now.
Once your iPhone is updated, please disconnect your iCloud and reconnect it. If the problem persists after all these steps, you should report your problem to Apple Support or go to the Apple Store for immediate assistance.

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