And then going back to install the downloaded update.
Many readers report that since updating to 10.3.1 and 10.3.2, their i Phone’s and other i Device’s drain power more aggressively.
If you’re getting this same result on your i Phone 5 or 5C (or any other model that’s supported) try updating your i Phone using i Tunes and see if that works.
While you might not have experienced this error before with a previous update, it isn’t that uncommon in the early days of an i OS release because so many people around the world are trying to update at the same time.Before you install the i OS 10.3 update, we highly recommend that you backup your device on both i Cloud and i Tunes.In the case there is an issue during the install, backups are there to get your i Device back into working order. So yes, it’s worthwhile to backup your i Device, using both i Cloud as well as i Tunes.In particular, several users not that their i Phones use over 50% of their battery life by lunchtime and need charging before dinnertime.Battery problems are all too familiar to i Phone users.Other readers report that their i Phone 5, 5C, and 5S models won’t update even after trying multiple times, deleting and re-downloading.And still, other users with older model i Phones report that their phones get stuck in verifying the software and ultimately shut down and restart without updating.Consequently, the 32bit version releases later than the 64bit version for OTA (over-the-air) updates.However, i Phone 5C owners can get immediate access to the i OS 10.3.2 update by just connecting their phones to i Tunes and updating from there.If you attempted an update and all looked well until the i Device seemingly got trapped in verify for more than 15 minutes and then failed, try the following.Deleted the update using the steps listed above in the delete failed update section, restart your device, and then try updating again using i Tunes (preferred) or i Cloud. Other readers have success with doing a hard reset by pressing and holding power plus home (for mechanical home buttons) or volume down until Apple logo appears.