I and many others over at the Apple discussion forums are having a problem where the device (in my case iPad 2 3G) starts prompting for the iCloud password over and over again. Sometimes all iCloud data is wiped from the device and many times "Find My Ipad/iPhone" gets turned off. I've had this problem every few days since upgrading to iOS 7.0.2 (never saw it in iOS 7). Here's all the instances I've seen and what I've tried to fix it: 1. iCloud Password prompt was appearing nearly every time I used an app that saves data in iCloud or went into the backup settings. I kept entering my password over and over, but that didn't help. I went into the iCloud settings and entered my password there, but that made no difference. At some point "Find My iPad' disabled itself so I turned it back on. I ended up removing my iCloud account from my iPad and doing a hard reset and adding it back on. I thought this fixed it as the problem went away for a few days until... 2. I put my iPad 2 in airplane mode. When I took it out, I got an iCloud prompt. I entered my password and everything seemed okay until several days later.... 3. I unlocked my iPad 2 in the morning and a prompt stating I needed to verify my backup password displayed within about 10 seconds. I entered my password and checked in the Backup and saw it was doing a backup and that it failed. I then manually backed up and that worked. At this point I noticed my calendar (even non-iCloud events), contacts and notes were completely empty. What's odd is that iCloud Mail still worked. I restarted my iPad and everything came back, but when I went into the iCloud settings, and "Find My iPad" was off. If I tried to find my iPad using the app on my iPhone it said my iPad was offline. I enabled the setting and it started working. Things were okay until... 4. I got an iCloud password prompt shortly after exiting the Calendar app last night. I canceled this and went into the iCloud settings and cleared out and re-entered my password. For good measure I did the same in the Mail, Contacts and Calendar settings. I then restarted my iPad and it seemed okay. So basically every few days, my iPad starts having problems communicating with iCloud. Even when my iPad isn't having issues, I find that if I go into the iCloud settings, that the "Find My iPad" frequently shows as off for a few seconds before switching to on. Basically it's like my iPad isn't remembering the "Find my iPad" status and needs to keep checking with the iCloud servers. Combined with the service communication/password issue, it sometimes gets stuck off. Is anyone else having this problem (other than those who posted to Apple forums). Anyone have any idea how to fix this? iCloud worked perfectly in iOS 6 and it works fine on my iPhone 5s running iOS 7, but it's having major problems on my iPad 2 running iOS 7.