Question: Why Does My IPhone Keep Asking Me To Change My Apple ID Password?

Why does my iPhone keep asking for my old Apple ID password?

A request for another Apple ID password is often caused by updates to apps/purchases that were made when using the other ID.

Those purchases are tied to the other ID and can’t be transferred.

One option is to delete the apps/purchases made by the other ID and download them using the new ID if desired..

Does Apple ever ask for my password?

Never provide your password, security questions, verification codes, recovery key, or any other account security details to anyone else. Apple will never ask you for this information. … We’ll only ask for this information over the phone after you contact Apple Support for help.

Does Apple require you to change passcode?

Question: Q: Passcode Requirement: You must change your iPhone unlock passcode within 60 minutes.

How can I tell if someone is using my Apple ID?

Sign in to your Apple ID account page,* then scroll to Devices. If you don’t see your devices right away, click View Details and answer your security questions. Click any device name to view that device’s information, such as the device model, serial number, and OS version.

Can you log into someone’s Apple ID without them knowing?

Technically not. You need to know their Apple ID as well as password to do so. Even if you know it, they could’ve turned on Two-Factor authentication, which is an OTP sent to your registered email or SMS to your registered phone no. … The user will be prompted to lock the account or ignore the mail if it was them.

Can I check if my iPhone has been hacked?

Worried that your iPhone may have been hacked? There’s an app for that. System and Security Info, which debuted over the weekend in Apple’s App Store, provides a host of details about your iPhone. … On the security front, it can tell you if your device has been compromised or possibly infected by any malware.

Why does Apple ID verification keep popping up?

In general, Apple ID Verification pop-up is seen when an iPhone is unlocked after a long period of inactivity. The pop-up reads “Enter the password for your Apple ID” and also provides an option to open Settings.

Why does Apple keep asking me to change my password?

They will also ask you to change it if they feel it isn’t secure enough. They like to see a password of at least 8 characters that includes numbers and both upper and lower case letters.

Why do random Apple IDS keep popping up?

A request for another Apple ID password is often caused by updates to apps/purchases that were made when using the other ID. Those purchases are tied to the other ID and can’t be transferred. One option is to delete the apps/purchases made by the other ID and download them using the new ID if desired.

Why do I have to put in my Apple ID every day?

3 update and now every morning iPhone asks for Apple ID. this is happening because there is an option enabled to Auto update Apps overnight.

How do I get my iPhone to stop asking for my Apple ID password?

On your iPhone click Settings > iCloud. Tap Find My iPhone. Set Find My iPhone to Off. Enter your Apple ID Password and tap Turn Off.