iPhone Won’t Update to iOS 16.1.1/14 or later: Here’s Fix

Last Updated on Jun 19, 2021

Guess Apple’s iOS comes with awaited features and will be a stable operating system until so far. It will give an honest response and smoothly runner on all iOS supported devices. Before that, you are here with an issue that your old device like iPad won’t update to iOS mean by unfortunately not showing up iOS updates into the Software update tab. Hence, your screen often shows you that your software up to date. You guy, Don’t worry. Let’s see what should do about this problem.

Jump on the bottom instruction that will guide you on why this issue occurs and it happens to you only or happen to any other users.

First of all you guy, you have to see that your iDevice compatible with iOS? To check out, go to this source.

If your iPad or iPhone supported for iOS, however, you face the same message screen. Then continue this thread for an alternative workaround.

In case, you have installed beta firmware then actually you might get the new notification for a software update. Since make sure you don’t have the beta profile. In case If you have then remove the beta profile and restart your device to get iOS updates. For more detail, check the bottom steps.

Fix iPad or iPhone Won’t Update to Latest iOS

Delete beta Profile

Let’s see how you can delete beta profile without any error and iPhone brick issues. So follow my recommend bottom steps.

Go to the Settings App – Tap On General – Find profile – Tap on Profile – Now Remove beta software profile. Then you will have to restart your iPhone/ iPad.

Steps to Force restart your iPhone 8/ iPhone 8 Plus/ iPhone X/ iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, iPhone XR

Press and Hold on Power button until appearing side to power off button then slides to the right from the left.

For iPhone XS/ XS Max/ XR/ X/ iPhone 8 Plus/8 Plus users:

1: Press and Quickly Release Volume Up button,

2: Press and Quickly Release Volume Down Button,

3: Press and Hold Side Button until you see the Apple logo on Screen.

To Start iPhone, Again press the Side button until the startup apple logo on the screen.

Force Restart iPhone XS max, iPhone XS, iPhone XR when Face id disabled

For iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus users: Sleep/Wake + Volume Down button at the same time

For iPhone 6S and Earlier: Sleep/Wake + Home button at the same time

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