Common iOS 9.3 Problems and Their Fix
Common iOS 9.3 Problems
Apple has released the latest version iOS 9.3 which brought many great improvements like the new feature Night Shift which offers better night light, locking your Note app with a password, as well as the new update for CarPlay. However, there are few problems occurring but there are quick solutions for that.
Problems That Are Commonly Encountered
- Not Enough Space to Download the Latest Version
This can be a hard task for many iPhone and iPad users with only 8 to 16 GB especially if not syncing the device regularly to iTunes. If you encountered this problem, just temporarily delete some of your apps to complete the installation of update. Delete your junk files and messages, and move your pictures and other files to your PC or laptop.
After the update, you experience problems with cellular data connection. Simply restart your device, shut it down as well as reboot. Turn off and on your cellular data, or try using Airplane Mode for at least 30 seconds.
If you can’t connect to Wi-Fi after the update, try to reset your network settings. Just go to Settings app, choose General, and then Reset. From there, tap on Reset Network Settings. You may also try to switch Airplane mode for at least 10 seconds or disable your Wi-Fi for 10 seconds and try connecting again.
If you noticed that your battery life has been reduced after installation of the new update, try to reset your device by simply pressing and holding the home and power button at the same time for 10 seconds or until the logo of Apple appears.
- Device Stopped Responding During the Update
If your device stopped responding, just reset your device by holding the home and power buttons at the same time until you see the Apple logo. If this did not work, try plugging your device into a power socket and charge it for at least 10 minutes, and then try to reset your device again. If nothing worked, plug in your device into your PC or Mac and launch iTunes. Click on your device and choose Restore iPhone or Restore iPad. Back up your settings and click Restore.
- iOS 9.3 Not Available
The latest version is available to everyone running iOS 9. Simply go to Settings App, tap on General and tap on Software Update. From there, it will show you the latest version available to download. If it is still not showing the new update, try to download it via iTunes using your PC or Mac. Just make sure that you have the latest version of iTunes.