If the App Store on your iPhone still reads "Verification Required," you may need to contact Apple Support. You might be dealing with an extremely sophisticated Apple ID issue that only an Apple professional can handle. Visit Apple's support page to speak with an Apple professional who can assist you in resolving the issue!
Why is there a "Verification Required" warning on the App Store when I try to download iOS? The "Verification Required" text on iOS, it turns out, is related to the payment method used on the Apple ID connected with this device. If you don't have a Verified Account, then we can't allow you to download apps from the App Store.
Here's what happens when you use an unverified account: When you try to download an app or a game, you'll see a message that says "This item requires verification." You can see this message even if you have a verified email address because some developers require authentication via another channel, such as a phone number or Facebook account.
The reason this warning appears has nothing to do with your trustworthiness as a user. It has to do with security measures taken by Apple and some developers who use them. Using an unverified account puts your privacy at risk because any information you provide during installation may not be secure. Developers need to know that users are not just clicking through to other apps and games after downloading them so they can protect against fraud. They also need to know which devices their apps are running on so they can update those apps before they go live.
Here's how to fix the problem: Open the Settings app. In the General section, find the User Profile menu item.
A pop-up will display in the center of the screen when you press on your Apple ID. Then, scroll down to Subscriptions and press it. If you have any unpaid subscriptions, your iPhone will display "Verification Required" when you try to download a new app. You need to verify your account by going through the process again.
This notification might be inconvenient, and you may suspect that something is amiss with your Apple ID. This warning is frequently displayed to readers following a recovery or an iOS update. It usually signifies that your device is preventing you from connecting to Apple's iCloud verification servers. This is a normal part of the authentication process when you try to log in to iCloud.com.
Verifying your identity is necessary to ensure that someone isn't trying to connect to your account without your permission. For example, if you share your password with another person, they could use that information to connect to your account even if you don't login to your device for several months. Even if you think this not possible, it can happen at any time. That's why Apple requires confirmation before allowing a new entity access to your account.
You will need to verify your identity using one of the methods offered by Apple. If you did not intend to give out your password, then there is no reason to worry about this message. Simply wait until the notification goes away on its own, or click on the link provided to complete the process.
If you gave out your password, then you should change it immediately. Use a different password for each service that requires identification before allowing access to your account. This way, if any of these services were to be compromised, their misuse would not allow a third party to connect as you automatically.
Sign out of the iTunes and app stores by going to Settings > iTunes and App Stores. Return to the App Store and choose the app. Check to see whether it asks for your Apple ID and password before downloading. If it doesn't, type them in when asked.
To stop the "Verification Required" error message on the iPhone or iPad, update your payment details as described below. Under "Payment Method," select "None"—or, alternatively, adjust the payment method*. If you choose this option, then you will not be required to verify your identity when purchasing apps again.
Sign out of the App Store or iTunes, restart your computer, and then sign back in. Examine the updates to check if the applications that need to be updated are in your purchase history. If they aren't in your Purchases History, you may remove the program and re-download it with your Apple ID.
How to Get Rid of the Verification Obligation Check that your payment information is up to date by going to Settings > iTunes & App Store > Apple ID. Even if you simply want anything for free, this is essential if you have any payment method on file.