Apple resolves the issue that caused iDevices to receive an error message when installing iOS 10

Posted: , posted by Alan F.

Tags :

Apple resolves the issue that caused iDevices to receive an error message when installing iOS 10
It appears that the roll out of iOS 10 wasn't a smooth one for some of the many iPhone and iPad users who attempted to install the latest build of Apple's mobile operating system. Some were unable to install iOS 10, and ended up receiving an error message telling them to plug their device into a PC or Mac to restore the OS. But the good news is that Apple is now saying that the problem has been fixed.

A tweet sent by business cable channel CNBC reports that Apple says it has now resolved the problem. In a statement, the tech titan said that a small number of users were affected during the first hour of availability. Anyone who had an issue and can't finish the updating process, should try to complete it using iTunes. If that doesn't help, they should contact AppleCare.


If this sounds familiar to you, it was back in  May when those with the Apple iPad Pro were receiving Error 56 messages when trying to update their slate to iOS 9.3.2. Owners of the device were told to try to update the tablet using iTunes, and to contact Apple Support if they needed further help.


source: @CNBCNow

FEATURED VIDEO

63 Comments
  • Options
    Close





Want to comment? Please login or register.

Latest stories