Are you getting annoyed by constant “Verify iCloud Password” popup every time you login iCloud? The popup asking to “Verify iCloud Password: iCloud Backup requires that you verify your password.”, comes up randomly when unlocking a device after periods of inactivity.
The solution is as simple as taping on OK button and entering the password. This popup may go away but it will come up again when you try to login after a period of inactivity.
How to disable “Verify iCloud Password” popup in iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch? Following are few steps to get rid from this annoying popup message.
Step 1: Got to Settings -> iCloud in your iOS device
Step 2: Tap on your iCloud account name and delete already stored password.
Step 3: Re-enter the password and tap on “Done” button to verify it.
This is a simple solution that will probably disable “Verify iCloud Password” popup in your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. If you are still getting same iCloud message, you might require to “Reset All Settings” and restore iOS device from a backup.