Why does my Apple ID keep saying verification failed?
Why does my Apple ID password keep saying verification failed? Usually, it means that your device is not allowing you to connect to Apple’s iCloud verification servers. Most of the time, this problem occurs because of issues that are not related to your Apple ID.
Are Apple servers working?
All services are operating normally.
How do I verify my Apple ID account?
Open the Settings app. Tap Sign in to your [device]. Enter your Apple ID and password. If prompted, enter the six-digit verification code sent to your trusted device or phone number and complete sign in.
What does it mean there was a problem connecting to the server?
This error means your device cannot connect to your provider’s mail server. It can be anything from no network, intermittent or unstable network, or even a good internet connection in general but inability to reach your specific provider’s mail server.
Are apples greedy?
“Apple’s conduct exploiting its market power substantially forecloses competition , amongst emergency COVID pandemic response apps,” the developers said in their court documents. “[H]undreds of thousands of person-years of our best developers are being discarded by Apple’s tyrannical greed.”
How do you check if Apple servers are down?
You can check Apple system status for its services, stores and iCloud. This is how you can see if Apple Servers is down or having service issues. You can see the Apple Support system status page at the following URL: https://www.apple.com/support/systemstatus/
Can not connect to Apple ID server?
If you can’t sign in to Apple ID, the first thing you need to do is make sure that the problem is not with something completely outside of your control, like Apple servers being down: Visit apple.com/support/systemstatus. Check that all the services you need (e.g. App Store, iCloud) are green.