Welcome to our Jasa Pembuatan Website updating guide, in which we explain how to download and install the latest version of iOS – the software that runs on your iPhone and iPad. Apple’s newest version of the iPhone and iPad software – iOS 11 – arrived on 19 September 2017.
In this article we take you through how to download, install and run the latest version of iOS on your iPhone and iPad, as well as potential problems you may encounter, and whether you should let Apple update your iPhone or iPad for you overnight. And a warning: We recommend that you prepare your iPhone before you install the update – follow the advice in the section below.
If you encounter any problems following the update to iOS 11 let us know in the comments, you can also check whether we have covered the fix here: What to do if you can’t update your iPhone to iOS 11.
How to install Jasa Pembuatan Website
Installing iOS 11 is a simple process but there are a few things you should do first outlined below – and we recommend that you do if you want to minimise the chance that you might lose data or have problems with your iPhone following the update. However if you are ever-so-eager to get your hands on iOS 11 now then here is how to go about it.
When Apple sets iOS 11 live you should get a notification informing you that a new version of iOS is available for you to download. Note: It is possible that a friend might see an alert for the update before you do!
- Go to Settings > General > Software Update
- Force iOS to check for new updates
- iOS will present you with details about the new update, including the amount of storage space required (you may need to clear some space before downloading)
- Confirm you wish to upgrade
- Tap Download – your device may or may not have downloaded the install file automatically.
- Your device will download the update in the background. Once the download has finished you will receive a notification saying an update is available for your device.
- Tap Details – this will take you to Settings > General > Software Update.
- Tap Install Now – the iPhone or iPad will now start to install the iOS update. It may take a while.
- Alternatively, you can choose to leave the installation for later. Settings will display a notification badge until you have installed the update.
How to prepair your iPhone or iPad for iOS 11
As you can see from the steps above, it’s very easy to update the iPhone or iPad operating system, but before you do so we recommend that you take some steps to protect your data before you click yes on that update alert.
1) Back up your data
Use iCloud or iTunes to back up your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. This will save the day if you find that messages or photos disappear from your iPhone after the update.
Beware: the backup will include purchased music, TV shows, apps, and books; photos and video in the Camera Roll; and device settings, but it won’t include anything you synced from your computer. To re-sync that stuff you’ll need to sync with iTunes. For that reason we recommend backing up to your computer as well as iCloud.
2) Save a copy of the old version of iOS
As a general principle this is a sensible idea – you may change your mind and decide you want to downgrade from iOS 11 to iOS 10, and this will be easier if you make sure you’ve got a copy of the latest version of iOS 10 compatible with your device. Beware though that at some point Apple will stop “signing” older versions of iOS so it will become impossible to downgrade.
If you have a copy on your hard drive you will find it by following this path: Library/iTunes and then select the Software Updates folder for your device. (Access the Library folder in your user folder by holding down the Option/Alt key in Finder and selecting Go > Library.)
Your Mac may have deleted this file, however. If so, launch your web browser and search for download ipsw. You’ll find a number of sites offering links to the file you need. Make sure you get the right one for the device you use.
3) Make room on your device
If you have limited space on your phone you may not be able to perform the update – it’s a fairly hefty download. To get ready, you can remove content you no longer need, which is a good idea in any case. See our guide to making room on your iPhone or iPad. Alternatively, you can update iOS via iTunes and save yourself the trouble.
4) Plug in your iPhone or iPad
Make sure you plug your device into a power source. Running out of battery mid-download can foul up the update.
5) Make sure you’re connected to Wi-Fi
Be sure that you’re downloading over Wi-Fi and not via 3G or 4G, or you may end up using up all your data for the month. Read our guide: how to stop running out of cellular data.
How to upgrade iOS from a beta version
If you previously dipped your toes into the wonderful world of iOS 11 ahead of its full release, the good news is you don’t need to do anything special in order to get the final version. Both the ‘Golden Master’ and the final version have the same build number – 15A372. However, in order to get upcoming iOS releases you will need to remove the Apple configuration profile from your device.
You can do this by going to Settings > General > Profile and selecting iOS Beta Software Profile, then choosing Delete Profile and entering your passcode to confirm the change.