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How to Solve Error Unable to Verify in iOS 9.3 Update

How to Solve Error Unable to Verify in iOS 9.3 Update - Not long ago Apple released the latest update of its flagship iOS to iOS 9.3. This update adds a feature Night Shift and security improvements. However, there are many people who complain get the error "Unable to Verify" when updating to iOS 9.3. It's how to cope.

Apple is famous for its ecosystem that is easy to use and always updated. Likewise with the operating system made by those who supposedly been adapted to 80% of iPhone users around the world. The high number of people who update to the latest Apple iOS could be due to the easy procedure for updating the operating system of each user iPhone. However, when re iOS updated with the release of the update to version 9.3 there are some people who find an error saying "Unable to verify update". Which is then spliced ​​into words because we are not connected to the Internet. And we believe that we are already connected to the Internet. And after trying many times, the error always appears.

Actually, this error is not something new. In an update to previous versions this error has appeared. These errors generally occur due to the failure while the data containing the latest version update delivered to our device. A simple problem, but Apple still can not cope with a much clearer language so that this error often created confusion for many people.

Fortunately, the way to tackle this issue were also not changed. Although there are several causes of the failure of the data transfer, so it may be a solution to overcome these problems could also vary depending on the cause of the failure. Before attempting the following solutions, make sure that you are connected to the Internet. How to be sure enough to open the browser and try to open any website. If you can open smoothly means you are connected to the Internet.

Here is how to overcome from each cause if you take the official update from Apple:

1. Turn off the Settings app

The first thing to try is to turn off the Settings application. The way is to press the "Home" button twice to enter multi-tasking screen Apple. Then simply swipe on the screen that describes the Settings app to turn it off. After it was quite tap the Settings icon, then select "General", then "Software Update", to re-perform the update from the beginning.

2. Refresh your iPhone / iPad.

If the first method does not work, then you need to refresh your iPhone or iPad. You do this simply by pressing the power button (the button at the top) continuously. Usually this is to turn off your device, but when on the screen to show the power button for dislide, remove your finger from the power button, then press back continuously. If the way you're doing right, then you will return to the home screen (home screen). However, if it appears that Siri, meaning the possibility of iPhone / iPad in the locked state when pressed. Try unlock first before trying it.

3. Reset your network settings.

Sometimes a network problem can also cause this problem. Try resetting your network settings to resolve it. However, remember that all of your network settings will be lost. Including WiFi settings and password. So you have to go back to recharge these settings. The trick is to Settings >> Reset >> Reset Network Settings, and then tap Reset on the screen. After all that is done is reset and recharge the settings, trying to do an update back.

4. Delete the file updates.

Can be downloaded files damaged due to unstable signal. For that, try deleting the file already downloaded the update and download it again. How to open the General Settings >> iCloud >> Storage & Usage, then select Manage Storage. Wait until all the contents appear, then search for "Software update". Select and delete. Now try to do the update back.

5. Make sure you are not full iCloud.

The last thing that allows the update failure is due to your iCloud full. To make sure that your iCloud still have enough capacity for this update. Reserving capacity of approximately 2GB so that the update process runs smoothly. To check your iCloud capacity, how to open the General Settings >> iCloud >> Storage & Usage, then select Manage Storage. Wait until all the contents appear. Then see if you have enough capacity iCloud. If not, then you can choose which will be removed until sufficient capacity. After enough, try to install the update back.

Generally fifth this way would be able to resolve the problem failed this update. Good luck!
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