Why does iPad keep asking for iTunes password?
Having never owned an actual iPad and seeing it all over the news and internet, I can only imagine that something that stores so much information and is capable of doing some of the most incredible things that anything has ever done before would have to have some issues when it comes to the first copy ever put out. It turns out that there definitely are some minor issues, but nothing so serious that they would ever be expecting a product recall on one of the most successful products out there on the market today.
One of the most frustrating issues that iPad users have had to be faced with since the system came out a few months ago is the fact that when they are using the iTunes feature, they are continuously asked for their password and even sometimes cannot even sign into the program at all. Initially, people thought that it was just to protect its users from others stealing their information, but it turns out that there is a minor glitch in the system settings and it is easily reversible through a few button pushes. It can be a bit of a hassle, I am sure, but at least it is not something that can be taken care of right away.
So, while it might take a little bit of time for you to enjoy listening to iTunes on your iPad, you will not have to shell out even more money to get it fixed and running correctly again. That has to have many people out there breathing a sigh of relief because the system itself costs about as much as a used car and there should be no need to have to invest even more because the company made an error in building the thing in the first place.