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Question: How To Fix Repeated Apple ID Verification Popups?

We have a bunch of Apple devices at our company. We use a single Apple ID across all these devices.


We recently changed the password for this Apple ID. Ever since, most of our devices are plagued by the following issue.


Very frequently and repeatedly this popup appears:


Apple ID Verification

Enter the password for "xxx@xxx.com" in Settings.

[Not Now] [Settings]


We have tried entering the new password.

We have tried rebooting devices.

Some places mention updating iOS, but this is NOT an option for us. We keep certain devices on old versions for testing purposes.


What are the possible causes of this popup? How can we fix the issue?


Thanks,

Dustin

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Mar 13, 2018 11:05 AM in response to curiousdustin In response to curiousdustin

What to do after [or before] you change your Apple ID email address or password - https://support.apple.com/HT204071 - "After you change your Apple ID email address or password, you might need to update your sign-in information with any Apple services you're using." E.g., if you are getting persistent sign-in messages.

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Mar 13, 2018 11:28 AM in response to curiousdustin In response to curiousdustin

curiousdustin wrote:


we are getting this popup on devices which have already had the password updated. (MANY times)

Yes, but that's the thing, many services use that password and they may need updating individually.

Mar 13, 2018 11:28 AM

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