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How to Fix Verifying Updated iPhone Software Problem And Issue

It’s common when you are verifying updated iPhone software that it gets stuck before the new update is completed. When iPhone users go to install the new iOS software by going to Settings > General > Software by using the over-the-air (OTA) method. Other iPhone users can update the newest iOS by verifying updated iPhone software on iTunes. But for many of those updating, it seems that the update can stall half- or a third of the way through, leaving some people to stare at the iPhone software update stuck at apple logo. This problem is common for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s and iPads running on iOS 6, iOS 7 and want to upgrade to iOS 8 and in the future iOS 9. We have the answer to the iPhone verifying update and will help you fix this quickly.

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For those asking how long will it take for verifying updated iPhone software to take to complete, the answer will be doing a hard reset or hard reboot to your iPhone.


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The following is a guide on how to fix when iPhone is struck verifying the newest software:

  1. Hold down the “Home” button and “Sleep/Wake” button at the same time.
  2. Keep holding down these buttons until the screen turns off.
  3. Once the screen turns on with the Apple Logo, let go of the buttons.
  4.  Wait for the iPhone to boot back to the main screen.


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After the iPhone has rebooted, go to Settings > General > About and make sure that the iPhone is running on the iOS version you want running. If not, repeat the update process.

If your iOS update is frozen, if you’re progress bar isn’t showing any progress, give the hard reboot a try and let me know if it works for you.