If your iCloud Mail has stopped responding on your iPhone all of a sudden, you might not be able to track the cause of the issue. This could have been influenced by many factors. To fix the iCloud Mail issues, keep reading the instructions given below.

  • Step 1: On your iPhone, check whether Apple’s servicesare all online. To do so, visit Apple’s System Status page and ensure that all the iCloud services have a green circle next to it.
  • Step 2: If everything is OK on the Apple’s System Status page, return to your iPhone’sapplications screen and tap the Settings
  • Step 3: Tap your name at the top and agree to the new terms and conditions (if any).
  • Step 4: Retry logging in to your iCloud Mail with the correct Apple ID.
  • Step 5: If the iCloud mail has stopped responding problem persists, open the Settingsapp again and tap on your name at the top.
  • Step 6: Scroll down and tap Sign Out.
  • Step 7: If prompted, you have to enter your Apple ID password in the required field to turn off the Find My Device
  • Step 8: Before logging out from your iCloud Mail, select the data you wish to save on your iCloud Mail.
  • Step 9: Return to the Settings window and sign in to your iCloud Mail again with your Apple ID.
  • Step 10: Also, check if you could log in to your iCloud Mail from other devices on which you have previously configured Apple Mail.
  • Step 11: If you are having synchronization issues with your iCloud Mail account, hold the Sleep/Wake button and slide the power option to
  • Step 12: After a few minutes, restart your iPhone and turn on Wi-Fi to connect your iPhone to the local wireless network.
  • Step 13: Navigate to the Settings window and tap on your name at the top.
  • Step 14: Tap on iCloud and turn on each service you wish to sync the email.
  • Step 15: If necessary, update your iPhone OS to the latest version.
  • Step 16: Retry logging in to your iCloud Mail account and check if the iCloud mail has stopped responding problem has been resolved.