No need to worry, however, because this issue can be fixed easily, and we’ll show you how in the article below.
Apparently, this issue seems to be happening to Apple users who have multiple Apple IDs for iCloud and iMessages connected to their phones, and consequently, the iCloud and iMessages apps are connected to different accounts.
As we mentioned, this issue is solved easily and quickly.
In several different cases, the issue was on Apple’s end, and it occurred to users that had only a single Apple ID, and the problem got fixed by itself in less than 24h.
However, once this error shows up, you’ll be unable to use your iMessage app for some time, since the messages won’t be going through.
In case you don’t feel like waiting for 24 hours to see if the issue resolves automatically, you’ll need to switch to the same Apple ID for iMessages and iCloud.
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As we mentioned, both your iCloud and iMessages need to be connected to the same Apple ID (email address) in order for the issue to be removed.
To do so, follow these steps:
After finishing these steps, the same Apple ID will be connected to both iCloud and iMessage, and it will ultimately help you get rid of the error message you were receiving.
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