The iCloud login loop bug can be caused by a faulty Wi-Fi connection, and the easiest way to fix it is to power down the iPhone and power it back up again. If resetting your iPhone doesn't fix the problem, then try signing out of iCloud and then back in again.
Resetting iCloud may fix the problem, but if that doesn't work then, you can try to backup and restore the iPhone. Before going any further, we suggest that you check that iCloud is working correctly at Apple's end.
If none of the earlier steps have worked, and you've checked Apple System Status, then the next thing is to change your Apple ID password.
You'll need to back up your iPhone to a Mac because you won't be able to rely on iCloud Backup.
Wait for the backup process to take place (you'll see a blue progress bar at the top of iTunes). Follow the restore process and use the Backup you just created when going through the restore process.

Ask Different is a question and answer site for power users of Apple hardware and software. Whenever I log in a window appears, looks like an Apple program from the icon style displayed in the window, and asks for my iCloud password. Sometimes an iPhone gets into a loop of continuously asking for your iCloud login details and password. This only takes a few minutes, and if it fixes the problem, it'll save you a lot of other troubleshooting. You may be asked for your iCloud password, but once it's entered one more time you should be fine. You will download the latest version of iOS from Apple, and restore your iPhone using the backup. Even when you enter your Apple ID, and password, it quickly asks for it again (and again, and again). If there is a problem with iCloud at Apple's end, then it's best to give Apple a couple of hours to fix it.

It will be in the same condition as before, but this will hopefully have fixed the problem.
You may think that you type your password again but after making sure you write the correct password, your iPhone keeps asking for Apple ID Password.
Check Updates, Purchased Apps, App Store & iTunes StoreThe first thing to do if none of the previous solutions worked for you is to open the App Store and check your Purchased Apps History. Open this section and check if any of apps listed there has failed downloading or something similar.
Sign In with your iCloud ID and Password and click on Edit which is next to Apple ID and Primary Email Address Section.Now, change the Apple ID to the email address which iCloud ask you to sign in.

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