Part 2. Four Ways
Part 2. Four Ways ong>toong> ong>Fixong> ong>Softwareong> ong>Updateong> ong>Failedong> When Updating ong>toong> ong>iOSong> ong>11ong> Method 1. Close It and Try Again You might have already tried ong>toong> update ong>toong> ong>iOSong> ong>11ong> for several times but it works sometimes. When the error occurs, you might see the error popup appears on screen of iDevice with two options: "Close" and "Settings". Step 1. Please tap "Close" butong>toong>n ong>toong> exit the error messages and wait for a few minutes before reinstalling. Step 2. Then you might unlock your iPhone/iPad/iPod, and go ong>toong> "Settings" > "General" > "ong>Softwareong> ong>Updateong>" ong>toong> download and install the latest ong>iOSong> ong>11ong> onong>toong> your device again.
(Note: If it is a new released ong>iOSong> firmware ong>toong> the public, the traffic jam of updating software could the most likely reason that Apple servers fail ong>toong> keep up all requests, which making your device fail ong>toong> upgrade ong>toong> ong>iOSong> ong>11ong>. If so, you can wait for a few hours or days before trying again ong>toong> avoid the rush hour traffic. Thus you might be successful ong>toong> update ong>toong> ong>iOSong> ong>11ong>.)