This is an ideal solution for those Apple users who got an error Unable to Check for Update iOS on iPhone, iPad or iPod during OTA update. To getting fresh iOS features and smooth running iDevice, then you must have the latest operating system. Typically, the Apple send a notification under the settings app, about a new iOS firmware or bug fixed update. Even though, this update alert badge app icon is coming late than regular. here I’m giving you how to check out firmware update on iPhone, iPad, iPod manually? Note that recently Updated iOS is an iOS 9.3.5. From today (Sep 13, 2016), All iOS 9 running (apart from iPhone 4S) device users are eligible to download powerful iOS 10 Public.
- 1 Steps to Check Software Update manually on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch
- 2 Get how to fix Unable to Check for Update iPhone software – iOS 10.xx
Steps to Check Software Update manually on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch
Step 1. Open up Settings app looks like Gear icon on your iPhone, iPad or iPod.
Step 2. Navigate General.
Here you will see that the running Apple iDevice Software up to date or not. If your iOS is already updated, then you’ll get a screen as given above ”Your Software is up to date”.
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For those iOS users who addressed ‘’Unable to Check for Update iOS on iPhone, iPad’’, however, often tapping on Try again. let’s follow our each solved troubleshooting until you resolve your issue.
Fix #1. Make Sure Wi-Fi is enabled with good signal strength
Go to Settings App – Tap on Wi-Fi and Turn Wi-Fi Off and then again ON.
Wi-Fi is a best remedy to resolve error. hence, make sure that the your iOS device is connected with strong Wi-Fi network. if it’s not okay, please you should try with other Wi-Fi network to update iOS via OTA.
Fix #2. Restart your iOS device
Get here how to restart iOS device. after tried restart even you persist same issue, then keep continue next Clue.
Fix #3. Reset network Settings on iOS device
Go to Settings App> Tap General > scroll down the screen to Reset > tap on Reset Network Settings.
i hope, this would be work nice.
Fix #4. Change your Wi-Fi DNS settings and check again for OTA update.
Go to Settings > tap on Wi-Fi > Click on blue arrow icon next to your connected Wi-Fi network > tap on the “DNS field” and enter the DNS servers 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168. (Google’s public DNS) and go back for check update.
Generally, this kind of message (An error occurred while checking for a software update) pop-ups, due to heavy traffic on the Apple server. So alternately, you should use Mac/ PC to update your iOS device via iTunes, instead of OTA (iOS Over-the-Air update).
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