Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Why does my iPhone keep asking for my email password?How to set up email to stop messages


IPhone users around the world are complaining that their devices frequently require email passwords.

Users often say that notifications pop up on their iPhones and iPads, even when they’re performing unrelated tasks.

According to the Apple Technology website Macworld, Notifications are “frequently occurring bugs after major software updates” and there are several ways to deal with them.

Here’s what you can do about notifications:

Update iOS

Bugs are often reported to be related to software updates, so it may be possible to fix them simply by updating the iPhone or iPad version of iOS.

To do this[設定],[一般],[ソフトウェアの更新]If you go to and find that your device is not running the latest software,[ダウンロードしてインストール]Click.

You’ll need to connect to WiFi and updates often require a reboot, but you may not see the email notifications.

Restart FaceTime and iMessage

Both FaceTime and iMessage require an Apple ID to sign in. This includes entering the password associated with the email.

Signing out of both apps and then signing in again may resolve the issue.

this is,[設定],[メッセージ]It’s as easy as going to and tapping the slider to turn the message on and off.

Repeat this process in FaceTime and watch if you’re prompted to sign in again.

Updating or restarting the app can often fix the problem (Photo: Getty)

Update the app

Like FaceTime and iMessage, apps may require email sign-in to remind you of unjustified notifications.

If you need to update your app, you often need an iCloud login to update it.

To update the app, open the App Store and tap the icon in the upper right. After that, you can see which apps need to be updated.

[すべて更新]Click and you should no longer need a password.

Sign out of iCloud

Signing out of iCloud and logging in again may resolve the issue.

To do this[設定]Open and tap your name at the top of the screen to go to iCloud settings.

Scroll down the page[サインアウト]Tap, enter your Apple ID password, and turn off Find My iPhone.

Then restart your iPhone and sign in to iCloud again. This may resolve the issue.

Ebenezer Robbins
Ebenezer Robbins
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