Failed to connect to Apple ID server due to an error connecting? Read this post, which sums up several methods for you to solve this problem.
Recently, I met a very annoying problem. When I trying to log in my Apple ID, it keeps saying, ‘Verification Failed There was an error connecting to the Apple ID server.’ I was unable to authenticate to the Apple ID Server again. What should I do?
As the above user reported, you could get Apple ID verification failed pop-up window, and says there was an error connecting to the Apple ID server when you trying to log in iCloud account. Some users may get this error message when accessing iCloud services, like iTunes and App Store, or during the process of setting up a new iPhone, after a restore or new iOS 16/15 update. Besides, some users can’t verify and connect to the Apple ID server after erased iPhone by mistake and sign in with Apple ID again.
You may cross the above issue both on your computer and iPhone. Then, how can we fix the error connecting to Apple ID server and use iCloud services normally? Here in this post, we will introduce several ways to fix Apple server errors on iPhone and Macbook. Keep reading and pick up one way for your device.
It may be due to many reasons like:
This article will list several common & effective methods for you.
Tip 1. Check Apple Server Status First. You can go to Apple and check if the services you need to use are out of the server yet. For example, if you plan to sign in Apple ID to use App Store, just make sure the Apple Store service is green, which means available.
Tip 2. Sign Into WiFi or Choose a Stable Internet Connection. An unstable internet connection may cause verifying failure and can’t sign into Apple ID.
Tip 3. Try to Reset your Time and Date: First make sure that the date, time, and time zone are set correctly. If that doesn’t work, you can also try resetting time and data: Change time and then set Set Automatically again.
Tip 4. Sign Out from iCloud and Re-login. Go to Settings > [Your name] > Scroll down and click Sign Out > Enter your Apple ID password > Tap on Turn off from the top-right corner to confirm. If you failed to sign out Apple ID, check this post to remove Apple ID on iPhone.
Tip 4. Remove Device from Account and Login Again. Go to Settings > [Your name] > Locate the device
Tip 5. Fix System Problems when you Can’t Connect to Apple ID Server.
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Tip 6. Change Your Apple ID Password.
Tip 7. Try to Resetting All Settings (instead of network settings).
Restarting your computer is the basic way. It’s necessary to try this method first; sometimes the simplest turning off and on can fix this error directly.
Sometimes it happens due to a poor Internet connection, you should check if your Internet connection is working properly.
Go to Settings and Tap on [name] > Password & Security > Get verification code.
If both these methods cannot figure it out, try to check Keychain Access and certificate settings. Click Applications > Utilities > Keychain access > Preferences > Certificates. Make sure that both OCSP and CRL are set to the Best attempt.
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