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How to fix iPhone apps that won’t update?

by Olivia Jones ***

Sometimes we face issues while updating our iPhone apps. There are some reasons behind the issue like space not enough, a poor connection of internet, server issue in the App Store and software glitch. So, here are the best solutions for iPhone apps not updating issue.

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Using correct Apple ID

•    Click on the App Store app.

•    Select Updates.

•    Select Purchased.

•    Now you can see the list of apps.

Restrictions on iPhone

•    Select Settings.

•    Click on Screen Time.

•    Click on Content and Privacy Restrictions.

•    Select Content Restrictions.

•    Click on Apps.

•    Mark “Allow All Apps.”

Sign out and then sign into the App Store

•    Open Settings.

•    Click on iTunes and App Store.

•    Select Apple ID menu.

•    Click Sign Out in the pop-up menu.

•    Click on the Apple ID again.

•    Now you can again sign in with your Apple ID.

Check free space in your storage

•    Go to the Settings.

•    Click on General.

•    Click on About.

•    Now you can see the “available” line. It indicates how much space you have in your storage.

Reboot your iPhone

•    Press and hold the sleep button.

•    If you do this, then a slider comes at the top of your screen.

•    Now move the slider from left to right.

•    Now your iPhone will turn off.

•    After that, long press the sleep button until the Apple logo comes.

•    Then the phone starts up usually.

Update iOS on the iPhone

•    Click on the Settings app.

•    Scroll downwards to General and click on it.

•    Select Software Update.

•    If an update is available, then click on Download and Install option.

•    If you have secured your iPhone with a passcode, then enter it to start the download.

•    When the downloading is complete, click on Install Now.

•    After installing the update, your screen goes black, and when the iOS update is finished, your phone is automatically restarted.

Date and time setting

•    Select Settings.

•    Click on General.

•    Now in the General Setting screen, find the option called Date and Time.

•    Turn on Set Automatically.

Reset all iPhone Settings

•    Open Settings.

•    Click on General.

•    In General screen, you can see the Reset option. Click on it.

•    Select Reset All Settings.

•    This action may require the passcode. If you have it, then just enter it.

•    After that, click on Reset All Settings. With these methods, you can fix the iPhone apps won’t update issue.

Dave Hogan is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. He writes about the latest updates regarding mcafee.com/activate and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.

Source: iPhone


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Created on Jun 20th 2019 11:31. Viewed 106 times.

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