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If the iOS 14.x, iOS 15.x Update Stuck on Terms and Conditions on iPhone, iPad, refer to this troubleshoot, comprising five potential workarounds to fix the issue. Since New iOS and iPadOS are released for everyone across the globe, there are going to be multiple problems while downloading it. For some people, the iOS 14, iOS 15 update stuck on 99%, while for others, Update won’t past the Terms and Conditions agreement, nothing to worry about, with major updates, this sort of problem is common and easy to fix.
Nevertheless, not all the time iPhone update stuck due to Apple’s servers, it might be possible, your iPhone is low on storage or the Wi-Fi network isn’t stable, under such cases, the iPhone won’t update or freeze on the update screen. Move to the next section, and learn how to fix the iOS 14/iPadOS 14 Update Stuck on Terms and Conditions.
Fix iPhone/iPad Stuck on iOS 14/iPadOS 14 Update
Pre-requisites to Update iPhone
- Connect the iPhone to the Strong and Stable Wi-Fi Network
- Check the iPhone Storage, at least 6GB must be available to update firmware
- Disable Low Power Mode on iPhone
- Turn Off VPN on iPhone
- iPhone should be charged at least 50%
Solution 1: Sign Out and Sign In to iCloud
In certain cases the Apple ID is the culprit, after verifying all the pre-requisites, still, your iPhone or iPad won’t update to the latest firmware, try removing the Apple ID and put the device on Update.
Once the update is complete, you can sign in back to the iCloud account. We’ve broken this solution into three parts, follow along and complete the update.
Step 1: Sign Out of iCloud
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Tap on your name.
- Swipe down to the end, and tap on Sign Out written in red color.
- Confirm by entering the Apple ID password, and hit Turn Off.
- When you’re asked to keep a copy of your data on this iPhone, choose the appropriate option, and tap on Sign Out.
- A pop-up should appear, tap Sign Out.
Step 2: Try to Update
- Go to the Settings app.
- Tap on General.
- Scroll down and open the Software Update.
- Agree to the Terms and Conditions, and download the update.
Step 3: Sign In to iCloud
- Go to the Settings app.
- Tap on the Sign in to your iPhone.
- Enter the Apple ID and Password to sign in.
Solution 2: Toggle Airplane Mode
Up next is disconnecting the iPhone from all the wireless connections, which can be done by turning on the Airplane Mode on iPhone, iPad. The Airplane Mode comprehensively turns off the Wi-Fi, Cellular Data, and other wireless connections.
- Pull down the Control Center from the top on iPhone with Face ID, and swipe up the Control Center in iPhone with the home button.
- Tap on the Airplane Mode button to turn on.
- Wait for 2-3 minutes and tap on the Airplane Mode button to turn it off.
Solution 3: Force Reboot iPhone, iPad
Another effective workaround is to force a restart of the iPhone, iPad. After rebooting the device, try to install the software update on the iPhone, iPad. Here’s how to force reboot the iPhone and iPad.
For iPhone 8 or later and iPad without Home Button,
- Press and quickly release the Volume Up button.
- Press and quickly release the Volume Down button.
- Press and hold the Side button until the Apple logo appears.
For iPhone 7/7Plus,
- Press and hold the Volume Down button and Home button until the Apple logo displays.
For iPhone 6S or earlier and iPad with Home Button,
- Press and hold the Home button and Sleep/Wake button and release it when the Apple logo comes up.
Solution 4: Change Region of iPhone
Sometimes changing the region on the iPhone could do a trick. Still, if you are unable to update the iPhone or iPad, kindly change the region from the settings app and try to update it.
- Navigate to the Settings app.
- Tap General.
- Select Language & Region.
- Tap on Region, and choose alternate regions like US, UK, or anything.
Solution 5: Reset Network Settings
Ending the troubleshooting with Reset Network Settings. When you reset network settings, all the saved Wi-Fi passwords, APNs, VPNs, Cellular settings are deleted from the iPhone. However, personal data like photos, videos, and other media remains as it is.
- Open up “Settings”.
- Open “General” and then tap “Transfer or Reset iPhone”.
- Lastly, tap “Reset” > “Reset Network Settings” > Enter your iPhone Lock passcode and Try afrer Reboot once.
- Open the Settings app.
- Go to General.
- Scroll down and tap Reset.
- Select Reset Network Settings.
- Confirm Reset, enter iPhone Passcode, and Reset it.
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