When the requirement to "enter the password" is frankly infuriating.
While Apple is striving to improve the mobile operating system iOS, the number of all kinds of errors, bugs and shortcomings is not reduced. A number of users face ongoing need pass Apple ID verification or enter the account password endlessly. And the saddest thing is that the hated dialog box appears several times a day for no good reason.
Often an error occurs either when the iOS device is rebooted, or each time it is unlocked. To say that he is pestering is to say nothing. And we have a solution to the problem.
When a window opens with an Apple ID verification or a request to enter the password for the account, do not close it. Select item Settings.
Enter the current password for your account in the appropriate window. Then click To come in. In order to get rid of pop-ups, you will need to create backup. Connect the iOS device to the charger (in the state of charge
Enable slider ICloud Backup (if not enabled) and click on Back up.
The duration of the process of copying data to iCloud cloud storage depends on the relevance of the latest copy. Wait for the data transfer to complete.
Open item Settings – General – Software Update and make sure you have the latest version of iOS installed. If a new firmware version is available, be sure to update.
Note: At the time of publication of the material, the current version of the system is iOS 9.2.1 and 9.3 beta 1 for testing.
Reboot the device (hold the Power key – Switch off, and then turn it back on). Open menu Settings – iCloud and, when prompted, enter the password for the account.
After creating a backup, the iOS device will cease to constantly report the need to pass authorization or verification of Apple ID. Most likely, Apple developers will fix this bug in the next updates, but for now this is the only way to overcome the problem.