If you are noticing frequent “Sign in to iCloud” Pop-ups on your phone, you will find below the steps to fix repeated “Sign in to iCloud” Pop-ups on iPhone.
Repeated “Sign in to iCloud” Pop-ups on iPhone
The case of repeated “Sign in to iCloud” pop-ups, also known as iCloud Login Loop Bug is mostly known to occur after an iOS update.
When this happens, your iPhone will keep asking for password, repeatedly prompting you to Sign-in to iCloud.
However, entering the password to sign-in to iCloud does not fix the problem, as your iPhone will continue prompting you to “sign-in to iCloud”.
You will find below, some of the methods that can fix this problem.
1. Sign-in to iCloud Via Settings
When “Sign-in to iCloud” Pop-up appears, try to enter the password. If this does not help, follow the steps below to sign-in to iCloud via settings.
1. Open Settings and tap on your Apple ID.
2. On Apple ID screen, tap on Name, Phone Numbers, Email tab.
3. On the next pop-up, enter the password to sign-in to iCloud.
2. Power OFF & Restart
Power flushing the device can fix problems on iPhone by clearing stuck programs and processes.
1. Press and Hold down the Power button, until you see “Slide to Power OFF” screen.
2. Move the sider to the right to Power OFF your iPhone.
3. Wait for your iPhone to fully Power down.
4. After 60 seconds, Restart iPhone by pressing the Power Button.
After the iPhone restarts, you might be requested to enter your iCloud Password.
3. Sign-out and Sign-in to iCloud
Follow the steps below to sign-out of iPhone and sign-in back into iCloud.
1. Open Settings > tap on your Apple ID > scroll down and tap on Sign Out.
2. On the pop-up that appears, enter your Password to sign-out
3. On the next screen, tap on Sign-out option located at the top-right corner.
4. On the next pop-up, tap on Sign out again.
5. Restart iPhone > Open Settings and tap on Sign-in to your iPhone.
6. On the pop-up, enter your Password to Sign-in to iCloud.
4. Reset WiFi Network
Many times, the reason for repeated “Sign-in to iCloud” pop-ups on iPhone is due to a problem with the WiFi network.
Note down your WiFi Network Name and password and follow the steps below to Reset your WiFi Network.
1. Go to Settings > General > scroll down and tap on Reset.
2. On the Reset screen, tap on Reset Network Settings.
3. Enter password in case you are prompted.
4. On the confirmation pop-up, tap on Reset Network Settings to confirm.
This will Erase all the Network settings on your iPhone and set them back to Factory Default Settings. Hopefully, this should help you fix Network Connectivity issues on your iPhone.
5. Backup and Restore iPhone
In case none of the above methods helped, you will have to Backup iPhone to computer and Restore it back using the backup.
The backup and restore process can help in fixing the problem by getting rid of corrupted files and data that could be causing the problem on your iPhone.
1. First make a Backup of your iPhone to Mac or PC using steps as provided in this guide: How to Backup iPhone to Computer Using iTunes
2. After making the backup, restore your iPhone by using steps as provided in this guide: How to Restore iPhone and iPad Using iTunes