How to Solve iOS Update Problems Easily

If you have been a faithful Apple user for a long time, then you must know that even though the iOS is pretty reliable and slick, you eventually encounter problems. Common ones are Apple logo white screen of death, boot loop, and black screen of death. Sometimes it is because you install a buggy beta version of the newest iOS version. It is challenging to recover your phone back to normal.


You go through the usual cycle of finding new solutions online and none of them working without a threat of losing your data. It is undeniable that we should backup our data periodically. But, we often forget to do it because you never know when the next problem with your iPhone or iPad pops up. 

There are a lot of reasons for your device to suddenly stop working or get stuck on system error. For example, your iPhone has become very old, and you upgraded your iPhone to a newer version, you downloaded something from a fishy place or upgraded to a buggy beta version.

Usually in case of common iOS system errors such as when the device keeps restarting, screen frozen, and device stuck in DFU or Recovery mode – the normal course of action is an iTunes restore. The iTunes restore can be hard to follow and doesn’t ensure against data corruption.  If you don’t want to go the iTunes recovery route, forgot to back up your device, and do not enjoy writing unknown commands on a command-line interface, you are in luck. Because dr.fone-Repair (iOS System Recovery) promises that you won’t lose data, all you have to do is connect your phone to a computer, download software, and follow the easy steps on a slick interface. It doesn’t need any computer knowledge. 


The dr.fone-Repair (iOS System Recovery) works on both Windows and Mac with a simple connect and go software, which can auto-detect a lot of the common system errors faced by iOS users. It focuses on fixing the OS itself without touching your data; hence, you don’t need to worry about corrupted data in most cases. The system recovery works in 2 modes – the standard mode is capable of fixing most of the standard system issues encountered with no data loss, the advanced mode is reserved for more serious iOS issues. Your device will be fixed back to normal advanced mode and can lead to loss of data as the system encounters rare system failures.

The great thing about this iOS system recovery tool is that you don’t have to go through expensive Apple repair, spend countless hours scavenging the web for solutions, or even become a command-line expert overnight to fix your iOS device. Anybody with a computer and internet can fix their phone within a few minutes and in a few clicks. Even if you are not tech-savvy, don’t worry, dr.fone can take care of all your iOS related problems.

Another reason for facing system issues with iOS is installing the beta version of iOS. A beta version by definition is an unfinished piece of software which is made available to a limited pool of users for testing any errors or undesirable functionality in the update. The installation of the beta version in itself can be tricky and can lead to significant issues with the phone. It is often advised that you should not attempt to download the beta version of any software through untrustworthy sources or if you don’t have any previous knowledge of doing it, but a lot of people do it anyway. Downloading the beta version often leads to an irreversible dead end for a lot of users, although this may not be the only reason to stay away from betas in general. Sometimes the beta version is too buggy for regular use of your iOS device, the essential functions such as calling may not work. Applications can sometimes freeze and cause constant restarts, some of the sensors might not work correctly, or the battery might get drained easily. All of the aforementioned problems are common with iOS beta versions.

On the occurrence of such issues, the immediate response is to revert to the older version of the iOS. The regular option you might have is to downgrade iOS using iTunes, which might lead to loss of data. By using the downgrade iOS 13, you can not only downgrade much easily but also choose to backup your entire device, including all the data. You can backup and restore data from one device to another without any compatibility issue, extract an existing iCloud or iTunes backup to restore your device, and preview data from the backup file to restore selectively, all of which is not possible with the iTunes downgrade of iOS 13.  The dr.fone iOS 13 downgrade assists you with the version to fall back to in a few clicks, making the entire process hassle-free and convenient.

About Carson Derrow

My name is Carson Derrow I'm an entrepreneur, professional blogger, and marketer from Arkansas. I've been writing for startups and small businesses since 2012. I share the latest business news, tools, resources, and marketing tips to help startups and small businesses to grow their business.

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