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.
Regular updates are the official versions that Apple releases to the public, having completed its testing on all devices.
Can you suggest anything to extend the life of my i Pad? As an owner of a first-generation i Pad myself -- a device that I use for both content creation and consumption on a daily basis -- I'm interested in making my i Pad last a little longer, maybe until the i Pad 4 makes an appearance.What I plan on doing with my i Pad now is jailbreaking it.I found that if my device wasn’t updated to the latest official release of i OS, I had problems with getting the latest beta release. Wait for the list to be populated, then scroll down, tap Software Update and then Delete Update. Delete the beta profile Go to Settings | General | Profile (you only get the Profile menu if you’ve got multiple profiles installed, such as joining the beta programme). Update your device Go to Settings | General | Software Update and check for a new official update.Tap the Beta Software Profile option and tap Delete Profile, then tap Delete to remove it. Download and install this as you would any other update.Along with an explanation, there’s finally a fix in sight that’s also detailed on the support page. If you’re using a device that supports i OS 7, you’ll need to update to the latest version of i OS 7.
If the device in question isn’t compatible with i OS 7, update to i OS 6.1.6 to resolve the Face Time bug.Using beta software introduces a new element of complexity to the update process.You can try all of the Regular update fixes above, but in some situations, this won’t fix the problem. Delete the current beta update Go to Settings | General | Storage & i Cloud Usage and tap Manage Storage.The "Unable to Verify Update" error is a big one, and quite annoying at that, with your i Phone or i Pad telling you you're no longer connected to the internet, even though you are.Thankfully, this all-too-common issue is a legacy bug, first making an appearance a few i OS updates back, with the reasonably simple fix remaining the same.When your device has completed the reset, rejoin your Wi-Fi network and try the update again. Delete the update Sometimes a corrupt update can cause a problem, but you can remove and retry.