Apple released its latest i OS update, i OS 10, to the public not too long ago, and many Apple users ran into the all-too-common "Unable to Verify Update" error when trying to install it.While for the most part, the free i OS updates are easy to install, there are a few common problems. Well, they can if your i Pad software is up-to-date and running i OS 7 or later. However, wouldn’t it be nice if your apps just updated all by themselves…automatically?I'll guide you through any issues you might have when updating to the latest version of i OS, and let you know the best methods to fix them.I've split this guide into two sections: The regular, public updates (official launches) and the beta updates (which you'll have to be signed up to get) as both are handled a little differently. If it doesn't work, disconnect and reconnect to your Wi-Fi router or turn your router off and on again.Another option for advanced users is to install i OS 8.4.1 manually using IPSW.
i OS devices require at least 550MB of free space available to install the small software update.
Make sure you are logged into the same i Tunes account that you used to purchase the app Although i Tunes or your device may show an update is available, you need to be logged into the original i Tunes account that you used to purchase the app to be able to download any updates. If the app was downloaded to i Tunes on your computer, you can verify the i Tunes account by opening the i Tunes application, clicking .
This is the Apple ID that was used to purchase the app.
Alternately, you can check your i Tunes purchase history to see if the account you are using was used to purchase an app.
To view your purchase history, open the i Tunes application on your computer, make sure you are signed in to your i Tunes account, and then from the top menu, select . To see all the ourchases on a certain date, click the small triangle to the left of the date.
If you are having issues updating an app, we can offer you some tips.