Apple’s iOS 11 came out yesterday, but some people respond they can’t download it. Here is how to fix.
Some people may have the same problem as me, no matter how many times I refreshed, restarted, rebooted or wished with the fervent hope of a slot-machine addict, my phone simply wouldn’t say “iOS 11 is ready to download.”
Here is the solution I find it on internet. If you’re experiencing the same thing, here’s how you fix it:
The reason why I wasn’t getting the iOS 11 update was because I was still on Apple’s beta program — a toggle flipped almost absentmindedly 15 months ago so I could try iOS 10 early. It never occurred to me to switch it off.
- Go to Settings > General, then scroll down to Profile.
- Tap on your Beta Software Profile.
- Tap Delete, then enter your passcode if necessary and tap Delete again.
Now, all you need to do is restart your iPhone and the iOS 11 update should be available to download.
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