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If your iPhone or iPad running iOS 8 keeps asking for your iCloud password frequently, you are not alone. It is an extremely frustrating addition by Apple that almost forced me to throw my iOS device into the mouths of those Jurassic Park’s hungry dinosaurs.

(Yeah, you get the image, right?) But as an Apple fan, I have to live with it. So in this how-to article, I am going to share with you the number of working ways to permanently stop iCloud from opening that password window again. Before we dive into these solutions, it is also important to explain the problem in detail and explore why iCloud goes crazy on our iOS devices. Two iCloud Problems: Signing In & Verifying Password Surprise, surprise! There isn’t just one problem out there. In fact, iCloud shows the window on two occasions: • Occasion #1: iCloud password required for backing up data.

You will get a popup window on your iPhone’s or iPad’s screen asking you to “verify iCloud password” and Apple says “iCloud Backup requires that you verify your password.” This is a common problem largely visible on iOS 7 and iOS 8. • Occasion #2: iCloud password required for signing into your account. You will get a popup window on your iOS screen with a grey box asking you to enter the password of your iCloud account. The window reads as follows: “Sign In to iCloud. Enter the Apple ID password for xxx” (xxx is your iCloud email address). ICloud with the “sign in” window requesting password on iOS 8 Quick Note For both the problems, entering the correct password is the most common solution.

While, as far as we remember, inputting password on occasion #1 didn’t bring back the iCloud window (which is a good thing), it didn’t help us with occasion #2. In fact, dozens of Apple users are complaining all over that web that iCloud prompts them to enter the password every hour.

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Whether you are browsing Safari, texting, using Facebook or WhatsApp – iCloud just doesn’t care. It will surprise you with that popup window as shown above asking you to enter your password again and again. Is this frustrating? Can this problem be solved?

Here’s how you can put an end to iCloud’s password request, forever. How to Force iCloud Email To Stop Asking Password Again Solution 1: Re-enter Your iCloud Password As mentioned in the Quick Note, you have to enter the password of your iCloud email address again.

However, there is a twist to this method. What is it, you ask? Entering the password in the popup window will not help. You have to go to Settings -> iCloud -> Tap on the email address and re-enter the password.

(This solution works well with brand new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices). Solution 2: Log Out And Log In To iCloud Another common fix but one that works. To get rid of the iCloud’s password window, simply follow the same steps outlined above. However, instead of tapping on your name/screen, from the iCloud page you have to scroll down. Then tap on the “Sign Out” button. Now you have to sign back in using your iCloud address and password. Solution 3: Check Your iCloud Email Address If your iCloud email address is in different case (uppercase or lowercase) compared to your Apple ID, then you will have to match them correctly to fix this problem.

As pointed out by a Reddit user: “Believe it or not, it was because of my email address for iCloud being in all uppercase, while that same email for the Apple ID was all lowercase. I logged out of iCloud and re-entered my email address with all lowercase, and it has seemed to do the trick!