As iOS 9 has been publicly available yesterday, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch owners either has updated to iOS 9 smoothly and successfully or failed in updating iDevice to the fascinating iOS 9. In addition to the rushing downloads and overloading server experienced with every update, there are other error messages screwing up the iOS 9 update.
This post is going to share how to fix different problems according to different error messages so that you can update to iOS 9 successfully.
Software Update Failed
Most iPhone and iPad users attempting to update to iOS 9 are seeing an error message reading “Software Update Failed: An error occurred while downloading iOS 9.” This is mainly due to the massive loading over the server. You can just wait for a while or choose to download the IPSW (ios 9 installation file) files and install it through iTunes.
Though iOS 9 is two thirds smaller than the previous version, quiet a number of people suffer from insufficient storage and thus cannot install the iOS 9. But the fixing is easy enough. You can either plug in your iPhone or iPad to your computer and get iTunes started or free up space by permanently deleting some data from your iPhone if you prefer installing the iOS 9 directly from your iPhone.
iOS update stuck or frozen
No matter you choose to finish the update on your iPhone or through iTunes to computer, this could happen to you. You can try quitting the updating and restart it again. If you are updating directly on your computer, you can hard reboot your iPhone, iPad or iPod by holding down the Home button and Power button simultaneously until you see the Apple logo. If you prefer update through iTunes, try exiting from iTunes and plug out your iPhone, and then reconnect your iPhone and re-launch the iTunes to start the iOS 9 updating again.