In present world the apple iPhone become more popular and most of the users are using it. After the successor to iOS, Apple designed iOS  it is eighth major release of the iOS mobile operating system.

The Users started reporting iOS X.X Update Stuck at “Update Requested” issue while trying to update their device it seems their surge in traffic to have overloaded Apple’s servers this problems are due to thousands of people uses at time to update the files to overcome this problems.  Apple released iOS update for phone, iPad and iPod Touch.

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Usually error will be occurring during downloading:

  • Make sure your network settings are correct and your network connection is active, or try again later.
  • The iPad software update server could not be contacted.

While trying to check for an update from iTunes, users are getting a server couldn’t be reached error. iOS latest version is available as an OTA update.

It is good to hear Apple taking steps to overcome this problems it gave a new address to resolve the surge in traffic. To manage the surge in traffic for such major iOS upgrades is always going to be difficult.

Whenever there is a new update all users as do Settings>General>Software update and install the update.  When you get the software update page on your iPhone device and tap on the download or update button, you can see the Update requested.

Suppose if you’re iOS update stuck at Apple in Update Requested then try to Hard reset the device it can be done by simultaneously hold the Home and Power button  until you see the blank screen on the iPhone device and the Apple logo will appears again, and try to download the update again via the Settings app.

You can download the iOS firmware file directly from Apple’s servers and update your device manually using iTunes still if you’re facing some problems with iOS stuck on iTunes.

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