You can update your iPhone supported to the latest iOS using over-the-air and Mac/PC (Using Finder or iTunes). From these two ways, OTA update is relatively straightforward than connecting the device to Finder on Mac and PC via iTunes. Nope, I will show you the total process to update iPhone to iOS 16 using iTunes and OTA update. Download, then Install without Mac/PC. Let’s dive into the following instructions to update your iPhone to iOS 16.
Before getting started, you don’t need to forget that you must have a new back up copy because backup will help you if accidently you lose your phone data.
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Update your any iPhone to the Latest iOS Wirelessely (OTA)
Update your iPhone via OTA update without iTunes
Step #1. Launch the Settings App on your iPhone
Step #2. Go to General
Step #3. Tap Software Update
Wait until your Phone explores the available iOS update
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Step #4. You can see the iOS update along with Storage size, feature details, and the clickable option Download and Install.
So Tap on Download and follow the on-screen instruction as usual.
After downloading iOS software update successfully, the following process is installing iOS on your iPhone.
So this was the way to download and install iOS update on iPhone wirelessly. It’s a Useful trick without iTunes and without Mac/PC.
Using Finder/iTunes on Mac/Windows PC
- Latest iTunes installed on your Mac or Windows PC
- Lighting to USB cable to plug your iPhone to PC through USB Port
- Strong Wi-Fi network
Guide to Download and install iOS on iPhone using iTunes
Step 1: First, open Finder/iTunes on your Mac or PC, then connect your iPhone to your computer.
Step 2: In iTunes, let’s select your device.
Step 3: In the summary pane, Click on Check for Update.
Step 4: Next, Click Download and Update.
If you face any error message during an update, follow the bottom steps to resolve error problems.
- Update iTunes
- Update Your Computer
- Plug directly into your computer
- Restart – Turn Off your PC and your iPhone
- Check your Computer’s Security Software
- Try again – yeah, try back to update or restore your iPhone.
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