How to fix iPhone apps that won’t update?

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.

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 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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