If you’re having issues with installing iOS updates on your device because of insufficient space, there are solutions to this. iOS updates is one of the reasons a 16GB iPhone isn’t good enough, and luckily Apple have not made any 16GB iPhones since the iPhone SE in early 2015. All iPhones from the iPhone 7Continue reading “How to fix “Insufficient space for download” when trying to update your iOS device”
Many iOS users have had this issue before when trying to update their devices and it can be caused by a number of things.
Last year’s iOS 13 dropped support for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 and 6+, as well as the iPod Touch 6th generation and iPadOS 13 dropped support for multiple iPad models. This year, however, iOS 14 will be announced in the summer as will the devices the OS will — and won’t — support.
A lot of iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users have had an issue with their devices charging where they get the error message ‘This accessory may not be supported’ I had this issue with my iPhone 4 for a long time and sometimes with my 6S too. However, it is fixable.
If you do not update your iPhone 5 or iPad 4 (cellular variant) to iOS 10.3.4 by 3rd November, major functionality will stop working. Functionality that require the correct date and time such as web browsing and app store will allegedly break should users not update to iOS 10.3.4 by 3rd November. GPS functionality suchContinue reading “If you don’t update your iPhone 5 by the 3rd of November major functionality will break”
Apple have released their fourth update to iOS 13 and it hasn’t even been out for a month yet.
Several users have complained that after installing Apple’s iOS 13.1.2 update calls have been randomly dropping out or the phone loses its signal completely. Apple have now closed the signing window for all iOS versions older than 13.1.2, meaning that a downgrade to fix the issue is impossible unless you have saved SHSH blogs beforeContinue reading “iOS 13.1.2 being plagued by signal dropping issues”
Do Apple really slow down older iPhones in order to make you purchase a new one?
If you’ve heard of how much of a buggy mess iOS 13 is at the moment to the point where Apple have already released 3 minor updates for it after its release, you may have been planning to downgrade to iOS 12.4.1. But now you can’t. Apple have stopped signing all iOS versions for iOSContinue reading “Apple no longer signing iOS versions other than 13.1.2 and 13.1, preventing downgrades”
When I first bought my 4S, it was running the laggy, slow iOS 9.3.5. After getting the charging port fixed under warranty, I downloaded the iOS 6 IPSW, and restored it. iOS 6.1.3 downgrades are still ‘authorized’ by Apple for the 4S. I then updated to 8.4.1 through the Settings and then reset my deviceContinue reading “How to block iOS upgrades”