How To Fix installation Problems While Updating to iOS 7 - Earlier today, Apple released iOS 7 for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Many users are facing different issues regarding the installation of iOS 7. We have received different comments about the following errors during installation of iOS 7.
How To Fix installation Problems While Updating to iOS 7
It is the most common error during the installation of newly released iOS 7. This error is due to overloading of Apple servers. Right now, billions of iOS users are downloading the iOS 7 that’s why many iOS users might face this problem.
There is no specific solution to solve this problem except to “Try, Try Again”. Yes, this is the best remedy for this problem. Soon, Apple servers will be normal and you will get the fix for this problem.
Not Enough Space:
If you have the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad with the 16 GB storage capacity, most chances are there that you will experience this issue. Normally, you must have 3.43GB available on your iDevice to install the iOS 7. If you don’t have enough space, you will surely get this error.
This solution is very simple; you can delete some data from your iPhone to install the iOS 7. On the other hand, you can install the iOS via iTunes. Download the iOS 7 for your iDevice from the links in this post. Connect your iDevice and Update it using iTunes.
No Newer version of iOS is available:
If you are using the beta or GM version of iOS, you might experience this error. We have already posted a complete guideline to fix this issue. You can check it here.
Note: if you are updating your iDevice via OTA update, make sure you either have enough battery or have connected your iDevice with the charger.
In case of any other problems, don’t hesitate to post in the comments section below.